Lionel Messi Wants to Leave Barcelona: Rio Ferdinand Claims Frank Lampard Eyeing Argentine, Sends Chelsea Fans in Meltdown

Lionel Messi is on the verge of quitting Barcelona and the fans have gone berserk with the news. The fans are sad that the six-time Ballon d’Or winner with the reports and Messi’s name has been trending since last night. Now, here’s one more startling revelation by Rio Ferdinand that sent all the Chelsea fans in meltdown and they started posting tweets on social media as soon as the former Manchester United player posted the same. Rio Ferdinand wrote that Chelsea manager Frank Lampard is quite keen on having Lionel Messi on board. Lionel Messi to Leave Barcelona: Adelaide United Director Ian Smith Tries to Entice Argentina Star for Down Under.

This tweet sent the netizens into a frenzy as they started posting their reactions on the tweet.  The reactions were mixed as in a few netizens were happy with the same and a few of them opposed the decision of Chelsea. Lionel Messi has reportedly informed Barcelona that he wishes to quit the club and ever since his name has been trending on social media. For now, let’s have a look at the  tweets by Rio and the reactions of the same below:




Can’t afford the wages

Last one

Lionel Messi has been having issues with Barcelona since the start of the year and has no opportunity to slam the management of the team. On a couple of occasions, he has slammed Barcelona on social media and then during the interview had raised doubts on winning the Champions League.


(The above story first appeared on LatestLY on Aug 26, 2020 10:40 PM IST. For more news and updates on politics, world, sports, entertainment and lifestyle, log on to our website
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