Who are the four Barcelona players who would prefer Messi not to return?

The future of the Argentine ten is still unknown. However, the possibility of a return to Barcelona is latent

As reported by El Nacional there would be four Barcelona players who would prefer not to see Lionel Messi back at the Camp Nou.

The Argentine becomes a free player on June 30 and has his future up in the air and has not yet decided what his sporting future will be once his contract with PSG ends.

SPORT reported last week that Paris Saint Germain will return to the negotiating table with an enhanced renewal offer in the coming weeks. On the other hand, the man from Rosario was also linked to Inter Miami, of the MLS, which is managed by the former English player, David Beckham. Meanwhile, a Barça plagued by financial problems continues to work to find a way to see its best player of all time dressed as a blaugrana again.

Even El Nacional has published that Messi could only have a salary of 200,000 euros per year (US$ 215,300), because the Argentine’s income would go elsewhere. The Catalan club’s idea, as has been revealed, would be for Messi to keep between 107 and 215 million dollars from his farewell match plus the sale of merchandising.

However, while Camp Nou fans chanted Messi’s name, not everyone will be so pleased to see the seven-time Ballon d’Or winner back in his backyard. According to the same Catalan digital newspaper, there are four players belonging to Xavi Hernández, leader of the League, who would not be very happy to know that they will share a dressing room with Messi, as long as the president Joan Laporta manages to sign him once more.

The first of them is the goalkeeper Marc-Andre ter Stegen, with whom Messi allegedly had a disagreement after the departure of Riqui Puig, born in La Masia.

Next up is Ansu Fati, who “betrayed” the Messi family by dumping Messi’s brother Rodrigo and choosing instead to be represented by Portuguese super-agent Jorge Mendes.  Then there’s Robert Lewandowski, who would lose his status as the team’s biggest star if Messi returned, and Ousmane Dembélé, whose position on the right wing could be threatened.

But above all, we must hope that this group of players will act as professionals and put aside any potential conflict or concern for the good of the team. In the summer, it is very likely that Fati will go to the Premier League, in a transfer supervised by Mendes. On the other hand, Ter Stegen and Lewandowski are competitive winners and model professionals, who have never come across as letting their egos get in the way of potential shared success. Note published in Forbes US.