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Bartomeu said Messi will end his career at Barcelona

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Bartomeu said Messi will end his career at Barcelona

Barcelona president Jose Maria Bartomeu has reiterated the likelihood that Lionel Messi will end his career at the club.

The 33-year-old is currently contracted until the end of next season with Barcelona holding talks with the Argentina attacker about an extension. 

While there’s been speculation suggesting  Messi is unhappy with Bartomeu and the club’s leadership, all signs point towards him remaining at Camp Nou for the foreseeable future. 

Bartomeu confirmed that initial talks between player and club are positive with the Barcelona president confident a renewal will be secured soon. 

“We’ve spoken, we are speaking and we will continue to speak with Messi,” Bartomeu said. “He wants to finish his career here, we will definitely renew with him, I am in no doubt that he will stay here.” 

Messi has enjoyed a stellar season to date and  became the first player in La Liga history to score 20 and assist 20 goals or more in the same season when he assisted Barcelona’s winning goal against Real Valladolid.

In all competitions this season, Messi has scored 27 goals and contributed a further 25 assists as he once again proves just how invaluable he is at Camp Nou. 

With Messi continuing to set records at the age of 33, Luis Garcia recently backed the Argentine star to continue playing until at least 2025.

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