It was positive that he stayed ': Argentina manager Lionel Scaloni insists Messi has solved his problems with Barcelona and is now' good at his club 'despite the season transfer story Summer boom
, Argentina coach Lionel Scaloni was very pleased with the country's all-time top goalscorer Lionel Messi while staying at Barcelona.
In September, the 33-year-old, who scored 70 goals for the national team, decided to stay at the club he joined at the age of 13, telling Barca he wanted to leave last month.
With outrage at the club apparently going to bed now, former West Ham United favorite Scaloni expressed relief as the six-time Golden Ball winner is now back in the spotlight on the pitch as Argentina prepare to take on Ecuador 2022 World Cup qualifiers opening at La Bombonera on Thursday.
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Scaloni said: "I spoke to Leo when it was settled and I found him calm down. 'Since he arrived, we have been able to chat for a long time. He's very happy to be here. He is currently well in his
club.``All we want from afar is everything settled and let him play football and be healthy.
'For us, the positive thing is that he stays because he can play immediately, he knows the club, but in terms of decisions, we don't get involved in that, we don't step into player territory. '
Messi's dissatisfaction at the Nou Camp took shape for a while due to the inability to fully replace club legends including Xavi and Andres Iniesta.
Messi also feels he has been blamed for the sacking of Ernesto Valverde because former Barcelona football director Eric Abidal and the Barcelona leadership have made up stories that the players were reluctant to cut wages after the Appearance by Covid-19. The last straw happened when Bayern Munich beat the Spanish giants 8-2 in the Champions League last eight, which was the end of Quique Setien.
The day after Setien's replacement, Ronald Koeman, told seductive striker Luis Suarez at the end of August that he was inadequate, Messi declared that he wanted to leave.
Then there was a dispute over the real value of Messi's release clause, with Barcelona saying it was necessary to pay a fee of around 700 million euros (£ 630 million), while the player's agent argued that he could leave for nothing.
The club star only decided to stay because he didn't want to bring 'my favorite club' to court, he told Goal.
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