This claim was told by Barcelona coach Quique Setien. In his view, a club as big as Barcelona experiencing internal conflicts is a natural problem, it’s just unfortunate that the problem is actually exposed to the public.
These past few days, Barcelona has been troubled by internal conflict. There are at least six directors who step down simultaneously or simultaneously. In addition, there is news that claims that Josep Maria Bartomeu has been involved in a corruption case.
What is happening in Barcelona seems to worsen the murky situation experienced by the Catalan giants in recent months. Indeed there are some problems that could occur in Barcelona.
Call it one of the problems involving Messi with the club’s Sport Director. The captain replied to the abusive Eric Abidal directly questioning the sacking of Ernesto Valverde from the Chair of the coach last January.
Messi’s future at that time became a byword, where the mega Argentine star is claimed to have had enough and plans to leave Barcelona. On the one hand, there is news of interest from Italian Serie A giants Inter Milan towards the player.
For Quique Setien himself, an internal problem that is happening in Barcelona is a natural thing. However, what is unfortunate is the fact that this problem has actually become public consumption.
“Situations like this are normal in big clubs. Perhaps what made this crisis sad was that it leaked to the media. “It would be better if you could work in a quieter environment, but the situation is like that,” Setien told TV3.
However, successor Ernesto Valverde was sure that such a situation would not make Messi plan to leave the Camp Nou. Setien is even sure that La Pulga will stay in Barca until hanging up his boots.
“I feel that what has happened has not made players like Messi rethink whether to stay at the club or not. I am sure he will end his career at Camp Nou,”
Meanwhile, Messi himself is currently under contract at Barcelona until 2021. But there is indeed a clause that allows the player to move permanently and for free next summer.