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Messi expresses his anger: “Tired of always being to blame” – Man City still an option?messi transfermarkt

Since his desired summer transfer and the contract dispute with FC Barcelona, Lionel Messi has been in the centre of interest and reporting more than ever before. The extent to which the Argentine is affected by the discussions became apparent on Wednesday evening, when the attacker lost his composure after he returned from the international matches with the Albiceleste and talked to representatives of the press at the Barcelona-El Prat airport.

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Asked about critical remarks by Antoine Griezmann’s former agent Eric Olhats, a visibly annoyed Messi (quoted via Marca) replied in the crowd at the airport: “I’m tired of always being to blame for everything.” The Barça star’s irritability could also be down to the travel strain. “On top of that, after a 15-hour flight, I find myself at the customs officials. It’s crazy,” the six-time Ballon D’Or winner said as he got into the car waiting for him.

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Olhats had strongly criticised Messi in an interview with France Football for his alleged great influence with Barça less than a week ago. “Antoine came to a club with serious problems where Messi controls everything. He is both emperor and monarch and has not been sympathetic to Antoine’s signing,” Olhats said. “I have always heard Antoine say that he has no problems with Messi, but never the other way around. It is a regime of terror. Either you are for or against him.”

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Messi wanted to leave Barça in the summer after a year without a title and continuing differences with the club management. The ensuing contractual dispute with the Catalans over his exit clause was ended by Messi after several discussions about his future – probably also to avoid a legal dispute. However, the future of the super star, who is tied to Barcelona until 2021, remains open. Speculation and rumours about Manchester City’s and former Barça head coach Pep Guardiola’s interest continue to pop up.

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Messi expresses his anger: “Tired of always being to blame” – Man City still an option?