Sport LaLiga fine with or without Barca's Messi as Tebas warns of COVID-19 financial crisis

04:25  12 october  2020
04:25  12 october  2020 Source:   goal.com

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LaLiga president Javier Tebas played down the impact of Barcelona superstar Lionel Messi possibly leaving Spain, while warning of a financial crisis should the coronavirus pandemic force football to stop again.

a person standing on a baseball field: Barcelona's Lionel Messi © AFP Barcelona's Lionel Messi

Messi handed in a transfer request following a tumultuous 2019-20 season, which saw Barca humiliated 8-2 by Bayern Munich in the Champions League quarter-finals and dethroned by Real Madrid in LaLiga, before the six-time Ballon d'Or winner opted to remain at Camp Nou this term.

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The 33-year-old – who has a €700million release clause – was heavily linked to Premier League giants Manchester City, while Paris Saint-Germain, Juventus and Inter also emerged as possible destinations.

Asked about Messi, Tebas told reporters: "As I always said, I will always want to see Messi in LaLiga. If he stays at Barcelona, much better for Barcelona.

"The union between Barcelona FC and Messi is so good for Barca, for Messi and for LaLiga. I'm not sure whether departing from Barcelona would have been a good idea for Messi.

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"Maybe yes as a player, but not for Messi as a football industry, because Messi is a machine in creating industry around him. Not sure whether it would have worked for him.

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"Messi will finally stay but I must say that we had already sold LaLiga TV rights worldwide for the next four years and nobody called us asking to cancel that agreement in case Messi would leave. No one."

The COVID-19 crisis forced the 2019-20 LaLiga season to be suspended in March before the league resumed behind closed doors in June, with Madrid winning the title.

The 2020-21 LaLiga campaign has kicked off but coronavirus cases are rising across Spain and Europe.

"We are reading in the newspapers that the economical activity cannot be stopped again, there must be a balance between the health and the financial aspect," said Tebas.

"If not, we could move from a health pandemic into a financial pandemic, which would be really dangerous."

Messi leaving Barcelona would not have been a good idea, says Tebas .
With Barcelona and LaLiga insisting that Messi's £634m release clause had to met, he stayed with the club and league chief Tebas admitted a hint of relief at what eventually transpired.Barca captain Messi shocked the world in August when he handed in a transfer request, with Manchester City, PSG and Inter Milan all linked with a stunning move for the 33-year-old.

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