Lionel Messi's dad Jorge drops HUGE transfer hint that son will return to Barcelona after Paris Saint-Germain stint
LIONEL MESSI could be on his way BACK to Barcelona after his father Jorge dropped a huge hint on his future.
Spanish Twitch channel Jijantes FC managed to get a short video of Jorge as he arrived in Barcelona.
Jorge then dropped a major hint regarding the future of Messi saying: "I hope Leo can return to Barcelona one day."
Messi was forced to leave Barcelona last summer after the club were told they could not afford him under LaLiga wage limits.
The Argentine then joined Paris Saint-Germain, where he has contributed to 24 goals in 33 appearances in all competitions to help the Parisiens win the Ligue 1 title.
Despite his winners' medal, Messi has endured fierce criticism since his move, scoring just six league goals – though he has hit the woodwork TEN times – his lowest in a league campaign since 2006.
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That season, his first full season at senior level, he managed six goals in 17 league games for Barcelona and scored in double figures in the 15 following campaigns.
The criticism reached fever pitch when he and Neymar were BOOED by PSG fans after being knocked out of the Champions League by finalists Real Madrid in the first knockout round.
Messi, meanwhile, is Barcelona's record holder for appearances, goals, and assists.
He also won 24 major trophies in Catalonia, including ten league titles and the Champions League four times.
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He would have likely stayed at the Nou Camp were it not for their perilous financial situation which has seen them rack up well over £1BILLION in debt.
The 34-year-old has hinted at a possible return before, and by only signing a two-year deal (optional third year) with PSG he has given himself enough time to make a return before his career concludes.
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