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Laporta Is Not Ruling Out Messi and Ineista’s Returns to Barcelona

Laporta Is Not Ruling Out Messi and Ineista’s Returns to Barcelona

After securing former Barcelona player Xavi Hernandez’s services as head coach, president Joan Laporta wants to complete the golden trio. Following Dani Alves’ comeback football transfer to the Catalan club, could Lionel Messi and Andres Iniesta also return to Barcelona? For one, the Blaugrana chairman certainly thinks so, because Laporta is not ruling out Messi and Ineista’s returns to Barcelona.

The Camp Nou chief’s leaving the door open for two more club legends after re-signing Dani Alves (the football news).

Barcelona are ushering in a new era at Camp Nou under new head coach Xavi Hernandez, even as we speak. Xavi replaced Ronald Koeman in the dugout following the team’s poor start to the season, and amidst their financial despair.

And the Barca legend has already set about stamping his own mark on the squad. One of the first things he’s achieved already is bringing back his former team-mate Dani Alves.

And now, Barcelona president Joan Laporta is leaving the door open for two more special homecomings.

Laporta Is Not Ruling Out Messi and Ineista’s Returns to Barcelona

Barcelona president Joan Laporta says he is not ruling out the possibility of Lionel Messi and Andres Iniesta returning.

Laporta can envisage the pair following Alves back to Camp Nou at some stage, as he told the media at the right-back’s official presentation: “I don’t rule anything out. It happened with Dani – age is [just] a number. They’re two great players.

“I can’t predict what will happen tomorrow, they’re still playing and contracted to other clubs.

“You never know what happens in life.”

Lionel Messi saw his 21-year stay at the club end in the summer and joined Paris Saint-Germain (football transfer news).

Meanwhile, after a bit less tragic departure, Andres Iniesta is currently on the books of J-League outfit Vissel Kobe.

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