Messi would be greeted with open arms if he came back to La Liga, said Rubiales.
Messi would be greeted with open arms if he came back to La Liga, said Rubiales.© Images AGN

The head of the RFEF, Luis Rubiales, has made it clear that he wants Lionel Messi to play in La Liga again next season.

Messi’s future is still the subject of a lot of talk, and the head of La Liga, Javier Tebas, said that he thinks a move back to Barcelona would be “very complicated.”

Rubiales didn’t want to talk about whether or not Barca could sign Messi, but he made it clear that he wants the World Cup winner to come back to La Liga.

He said, “If he comes back to LaLiga, he will be welcomed with open arms.”

“I was lucky to play against Leo Messi, but I don’t know if it’s good luck or bad luck because I had to mark him. He is a unique, spectacular, and fantastic player, but I won’t get involved in his possible return either.

“In the end, everyone in Spain and everywhere else who likes Spanish football wants the best players to be in our league. Leo Messi is one of a kind in the world of sports, and no matter what happens, I will always wish him the best.

Barcelona is said to be meeting with La Liga this week to talk about a number of things, including Messi and what it will take for the club to make cash room for the greatest player of all time.

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