LAGOS, Nigeria (VOICE OF NAIJA)- Barcelona are developing a special museum to earn transfer cash as part of their latest attempt to try to convince Lionel Messi to return to the team.
The upcoming summer window’s most talked-about move is possibly this one as Messi’s contract with Paris Saint-Germain is just a few months left, and the capital club is obviously happy to let him go, so a reunion with his old team seems more and more likely.
Given the precarious financial condition they are in, Messi may have few other top-tier European teams clamoring for his signing, but his return to Barcelona is not absolutely certain.
Following news that La Liga president Javier Tebas was looking for a “feasibility plan” to bring about Messi’s return, the Spanish source AS has disclosed how this financing may be obtained.
A museum honoring their Argentine hero is rumored to be in the works for the former La Masia headquarters, which is located next to Camp Nou and is known for its renowned youth academy. It is said that discussions with the telecommunications firm Telefónica have already started.
The concept is that the “interactive and immersive center” will draw a large number of visitors and fans, resulting in a steady stream of cash that will enable the PSG star’s acquisition.
Barca has publicly said that they want their star player back, most notably during a meal with current Blaugrana players.
However, the financial aspect of Messi’s return is still crucial, and at this point, a possible extension with PSG is still not entirely ruled out.