Lionel Messi is reportedly facing a hefty fine for missing Barcelona’s COVID-19 test and training session on Monday.
The Argentine star told the Catalan club last week that he wanted to activate a clause in his contract That would have allowed him to leave on a free transfer.
LaLiga She sided with Barcelona On this matter he said that his release clause of 632 million pounds sterling was still in effect.
Messi is likely to challenge this unless Man City, or any other club, can reach an agreement with the Catalan club.
Brand You mentioned that the 33-year-old is due to face “serious penalties” for his actions at the start of this week.
He failed to report his coronavirus test and club training session on Monday because he no longer believed he was an employee of Barcelona.
According to the report, according to “the collective agreement of La Liga and the Spanish Footballers Association,” he could face financial penalties and could also be suspended.
Marca says the document states that “a serious violation can be judged when a player” leaves work “twice without a just cause.”
The report says that a third absence could lead to an 11-day withdrawal of his salary or a fine of 25 percent of his monthly salary.
It can also lead to “full suspension”.
Messi earns around £ 54 million a year, so a quarter of his monthly salary is around £ 1.1 million.
It is reported that Barcelona president Josep Maria Bartomeu is unwilling to fine the player so as not to cause further deterioration in their relationship.
Messi’s father, Jorge, is set to meet Bartomeu on Wednesday to reach an agreement on the player’s future.
But Barcelona presidential candidate Tony Frixa believes Messi will end up with Manchester City This could be liberating for the Catalan club.
“I think a move to Manchester City is a possibility,” Frixa said. Goal. “With Pep, Messi lived his best years at Barcelona. It would only make sense if the two would work together again. City, like almost all English clubs, also has the financial resources to build a team that can win anything.
“In life everything ends at some point, and even if there is no longer a player like Messi, his departure will be an opportunity for Barcelona to develop into a team less dependent on one player.
“Messi’s influence on the Barcelona game has been tremendous in recent years. The style of play is designed to give him the ball and I hope he can do something magical with it. Without him, the collective demand will be more in demand again. That can also be liberating.”
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