The Spanish press has been revealing details about Messi and his requests in the past to renew with Barcelona

The Spanish press has been revealing details about Messi and his requests in the past to renew with Barcelona

The newspaper ‘El Mundo’ published information about the Argentine star’s negotiations with the Barcelona board to maintain his long-term employment.

Argentina Leo MessiNow the player PSG His contract with the French asked him to recover salary cuts imposed by the pandemic with interest (3%). BarcelonaAccording to some emails published by the newspaper ‘the world’.

In the requirements to be renewed for three years with possibility of an area Messi The “unilateral extension” included a 20% reduction in the fixed salary for the 2020-21 season, which will be recovered with 3% annual interest over the next two years.

In emails exchanged between former Pres Joseph Maria BartomeuFather and representative Leo Messi, Jorge; and Argentina’s attorneys for publishing ‘the world’Payment of “Pending Loyalty Bonus with Interest” is also demanded.

Other requests include providing a box to the families at Camp Nou Messi And Luis Suarez; Paying for a private flight for the family for Christmas Messi to Argentina; Or a wage hike in the case of a tax hike.

This includes the obligation to update your assistant, Pepe Costa; or signing an undertaking to pay Rodrigo Messibrother MessiCommissions payable.

Then (2020), Messi He had a contract worth 74.9 million euros ($74,243,723 million), and after various negotiations, the possibility of renewing it disappeared. In August 2020, when the player sent a Bureaufax requesting a letter of release from the club.

The Argentine left Barca the following season and signed a contract PSG Despite the interest of the French, current president, Joan LaportaTo divert the situation.

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