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‘I’m gone’ – Messi tells Barcelona as more revelations emerge

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Spanish football expert, Guillem Balague has revealed that Lionel Messi “stopped being a Barcelona player” last week.

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He said Messi has told the club that he has already left the Catalan giants.

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“Right now, I can tell you what his side are saying,” Balague told ESPN.

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“He has stopped being a Barcelona player from August 25 when he sent the recorded delivery letter saying, ‘I’m gone’.

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“So, from this point of view in his mind he’s not a Barcelona player anymore,” he added.

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Speaking on the prospect of the Argentine maestro joining Premier League side, Manchester City, the sports expert added, “There will be a meeting between Jorge Messi, his agent and Josep Bartomeu the president of Barcelona.

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“Right now they are in different extremes. Jorge Messi is saying ‘we want to leave for free’ but Bartomeu is saying ‘we’re not letting you go’.

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“City are waiting. If they say it costs £100million plus his wages, they won’t be able to pay all that because of Financial Fair Play.”

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