FC Barcelone – Mercato : le retour de Messi, CR7, Bernardo Silva, la Liga… Laporta en roue libre !


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On his desire to recall Messi to Barça

I have known Messi since he was a child and I love Leo. I feel in moral debt to Messi. He is the best player in our history and I will do my best so that he can live the best end of his career in the Barça jersey. I would like to bring him back. It won’t be easy, but I think with the right strategy we can get there.”

On the Cristiano Ronaldo rumor

“The truth is that we wanted Lewandowski. We have a very good relationship with Jorge Mendes. I know him since a long time. He is one of the best players’ agents. He knows how to do his job and I respect him. In this case, we decided to go for Lewandowski and we knew he was crucial for our success. So we went to Bayern instead. It is reality. The other subject is simply part of the “little history” of football (…) Ronaldo is a great professional and he is still very fit, very ambitious. His future is none of my business. It’s Manchester United’s and his.”

On the Bernardo Silva rumor

“He’s a very good player. But I have to respect the fact that he belongs to Manchester City. I have some friends there, like Pep Guardiola, Tixi Bergstein and Khaldoon Al Mubarak”.

On the Azpilicueta and Alonso rumors

“I respect Cesar and Marcos as footballers. They are very, very good players. They show their quality and talent at Chelsea. But I don’t want to talk about them, out of respect for Chelsea.

On Barça’s possible difficulties in registering their La Liga recruits

“With LaLiga, nobody knows. But we try to do things in full compliance with the rules. Sometimes there are different interpretations. We’ll see what happens. But we have made enormous efforts to increase our income. We brought in over €600 million in around 45 days. I think LaLiga will understand our efforts and our intention to respect the rules and I hope there will be no problems”.

On the thorny Frenkie de Jong case

“The first thing to say is that we want Frenkie to stay at Barcelona. I also know he wants to stay. (…) Everything we do with Frenkie is the same as with the rest of the team. The new recruits who arrive have adapted their salaries to the new structure. But Frenkie has a contract and we respect it. We can’t force him to take a pay cut. It is his decision”.

Laporta gets loose on the Mercato

Very talkative at the moment, Joan Laporta, the president of FC Barcelona, ​​​​gave a long interview to CBS. The opportunity for him to reaffirm his desire to recall Lionel Messi (PSG) to Catalonia but also to clarify certain rumors in the corridor (CR7, Bernardo Silva, the qualification of recruits) … Selected pieces.

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