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Barcelona president Josep Maria Bartomeu has announced that he cannot enable Lionel Messi to walk away from membership and has directed that his determination to remain a star be followed.

Messi gave in a blow switch request in the final month, though Barca refused to allow Argentina to walk away without a cost with a contractual dispute puck.

In a unique interview with Objective, Messi finally determined to remain at Camp Nou but went out to break up his work at Bartomeu and never allowed him to go as promised.

However, the under-fire club boss believes that he cannot only enable his best player to get away and hopes that Messi can still show the difference to pursue the aspect of Ronald Cowman.

‘I didn’t get into any conflict with him. He is our captain and head of our group,’ Bartomeu directed Catalan television network TV3.

‘I can’t let him leave the club, he’s the best player of all time and the team wants him.’ Having Messi is an assurance of success.

‘Now we have seen him talking on the pitch and we have moved on from the saga. We should always congratulate Messi for being with us and for the way he has behaved in the last few days. The best player on the planet should be kept at our house. ‘

Since opting to stay in Barcelona, Messi has proved a positive sign and struck twice in Girona’s pre-season happy win.

Komen’s aspect has received three straight games in pre-season and while the issues on the pitch are quite easily worked out, Bartomeu is going through a disaster after a profitable plea for one vote without a conviction.

An official board’s determination on Bartomu’s immediate future is anticipated that the president will remain in the presidency within the latter two weeks.

‘The board and I will continue to work to ensure that we have the most aggressive group attainable,’ he said.

‘We will communicate once again after validating the votes, although no one needs to stop right now. The club has not been shut down and we will continue to work, we got a lot of points to type. ‘


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