Enrollment of Lionel Messi’s Children in Barcelona School Fuels Return Rumors

Barcelona’s pursuit of Lionel Messi has gained further momentum, as reports suggest that the superstar’s entourage has reserved enrolment for his sons at the same school they had previously studied in Barcelona. This move indicates Messi’s desire to return to the club and raise his children in the city. It is a significant development after the forward had reportedly withdrawn his children’s enrollment at the school they were attending in Paris.

Messi’s second year in the French capital has been fruitful, but the news of his children’s enrolment in a Barcelona school suggests he is looking forward to returning to Catalonia. The 35-year-old has a great relationship with some of the current Barcelona stars and contacts Xavi Hernandez frequently, describing Barcelona as “we”. Xavi himself is reportedly ready to welcome Messi with open arms, and the chance of reuniting with the Argentine, this time as a coach, could be an appealing factor for him.

Barcelona is under immense pressure to reduce €200 million from their wage budget, which may require the departure of unwanted stars, including some first-team players such as Ansu Fati and Ferran Torres. However, they are confident that La Liga will green-light their economic viability plan and allow Messi’s registration in the summer. The news of Messi’s children allegedly being enrolled in a school in Barcelona has given the fans optimism over the 35-year-old’s potential return to the club in the summer transfer window.

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