Messi Will Stay at Barcelona: “I Would Never Go to Court Against the Club of My Life”

The Argentine striker says he will remain at Camp Nou, after disputing with the club about the clause that could allow his departure this year.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Lionel Messi confirmed on Friday, September 4th, that he will remain with Barcelona. "I would never go to court against the club of my life, so I will stay," said the player in an interview with Goal.com. It has been a surreal two weeks for the Argentinean star. He asked to leave Barcelona, called Pep Guardiola to say he would like to play in Manchester City, sent two official messages to Barça, did not attend training and finally decided to keep his contract with the club, which expires in 2021.

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