Lionel Messi is a man who rarely speaks openly about his life and plans. However, this time in an interview with La Sexta television Messi revealed certain details from his life and things that happened this summer In an interview, he gave for La Sexta television he opened up to many things about his plans for the future, going to MLS, disappointment in the former president of Barcelona Josep Maria Bartomeu, the desire to leave the club this summer, Luis Suarez, Antoine Griezmann, Ronaldo Koeman, Pep Guardiola, private life, desire to become anonymous, fans who hated him, club elections, tax evasion, that he is a ringleader in the locker room, the death of Diego Armando Maradona, lack of money in Barca ...
What has attracted absolutely the most attention to everyone is that he still does not know what is going to happen about his future club. "I have nothing planned in advance before the end of the season. I will wait for the season to end and then I will think well of everything.
Now I just want to think about how to fight for new titles, not other things. This is a love story that has been going on since my earliest years. Whatever the outcome, I don’t want it to be a stain on everything I’ve done and experienced in my career.
"Everything is overcome once and for all," Messi told La Sexta television and continued: "If you ask me if I'm thinking of leaving or staying - I don't even know what I'm going to do. But if I leave, I want to do it in the most beautiful way.
If I leave, I would like to come back one day and work for the club again." "Barcelona is bigger than any player, and I hope that the new president will do things smartly and well."
Asked what he would like to do in the club, he says that there is only one function for him ...
"It's a sports director. I want to do things that have a direct connection with football, but I don't see myself as a coach. I would like to be the sports director, to work on building the club and bring the players I want.
" The Argentine ace does not hide that one day he would like to play in MLS, where many aces went years ago, from David Beckham and Thierry Henry, to Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Gonzalo Higuain ... "I have always liked the idea of going to the United States, but it is not now and at this moment.
I don't know what will happen by the end of the season, and I don't want to say anything in advance because that wouldn't be good, because I don't know what I'm going to do. "