Blog Lionel Messi Argentine set for decision on future and it wont be Barcelona

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But his camp has told Barcelona the decision on his future is imminent and they cannot wait any longer for a proposal from them that has not arrived.

The 35-year-old World Cup winner wants to stay in Europe but, after it was decided he would leave Paris St-Germain this summer, the forthcoming offers from the continent have not been attractive enough.

The timing and announcement of his decision will be decided by his new club.

Messi had been linked with a return to Barcelona where he lifted 35 trophies and scored a record 672 goals in 778 games

Once again the Barcelona media machine has been mobilised to persuade anyone and everyone that their failure to secure a deal is the fault of the player and La Liga.

A melange of misinformation, half-truths and outright lies emanating from a friendly press ignore the fact Barcelona have at no point put any proposal to the player and that they cannot offer any guarantee they will be able to do so before the September 1 deadline.

The Financial Fair Play limitations that will be in place for next season also make any ambitious plan to bring him back an impossibility.

It is simply not true.

These are the moments when teams start to put their plans in place. And with plans for his return seemingly now dead in the water, it is damage limitation time for Barcelona as they set about trying to show they did everything possible to bring him home.

In any case, despite being discussed by the two clubs, at no point has any proposal along those lines been made to the player himself.

The accusation La Liga is to blame is risible. They are followed by nonsensical accusations La Liga also has in place anti-Barcelona regulations. It is the exact opposite.

La Liga rules are in place to protect clubs, Barcelona included, from owners and directors financially ruining them.

The temptation when directors get money is to invest it in players when the reality is they should be as much or more concentrated on paying debts and improving infrastructure.

Due to the usage of ‘financial levers’ that allowed Barcelona to invest in the club last season, but won’t be able to be used again, they presented a liquidity plan recently to La Liga. This was in addition to the budget plans that all clubs have to provide, to prove to the league they are living within their means.

The reason they have to provide these plans is to reassure the league that any extra incoming money will not be spent in a way that could jeopardise the future of the club.

The temptation of spending on players, rather than on much-needed repairs or debt repayments, is akin to buying prohibitively expensive designer furniture to place in a living room, while there is a massive hole in the roof.

Clubs present budget plans which show their income minus all non-sporting financial commitments and any outstanding debts that need to be serviced.

The reality is the club still have massive debts to cover and their spending capacity will be very limited.

That information will arrive officially from La Liga to Barcelona in the next few days, but the club is very aware of those limits, which will not be announced to the public until after the markets have closed to not affect transfers.