“He Was Too Big for You” – Lionel Messi’s Godson Rips PSG as Soccer Legend Eyes Sensational Barcelona Reunion With Xavi

Published 06/06/2023, 6:05 AM EDT

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Lionel Messi has been in the limelight for quite a while for all the wrong reasons. Unfortunately, the soccer veteran’s tenure in France has come to an end. A few weeks ago, news emerged that the World Cup winner would be leaving Paris Saint-Germain. In all honesty, this was somewhat expected, hence the fanbase wasn’t the most surprised with the announcement.

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But the fans will truly be teary-eyed if Messi returns to his soccer heaven, which is FC Barcelona. Putting a pause on his La Liga return, the internet just witnessed a truly savage moment. Messi’s godson ripped the Ligue 1 giants apart with just four words.

What did Messi’s godson actually comment?

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The Argentine’s time at Paris Saint-Germain wasn’t that bad after all. The soccer veteran played 75 games and managed to score 32 goals. Additionally, he also contributed 35 assists to the team’s tally. While he was quite a regular feature on the team’s scoresheet, the World Cup winner won quite a few trophies in France too.

Along with two Ligue 1 titles, he also won one Trophee des Champions. But his disconnect with the fans started to widen after multiple unsuccessful attempts at winning the UEFA Champions League. The French soccer giants literally just have that one more trophy left to win. The inclusion of Messi in the squad would have assured the fans that this dream would be fulfilled too.

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But that never ended up happening. Instead, he got on bad terms with the club and is now leaving. The PSG fans also criticized the Argentine for ‘not caring’. In order to give him a respectful goodbye, the club posted a carousel of pictures of the soccer legend.

While the fanbase poured out their emotions, Messi’s godson i.e., Sergio Aguero’s son passed a very sharp one-liner. He wrote, “He was too big for you”, as translated by Google Translate. Benjamin’s comment garnered more than 94,500 likes. Interestingly Benjamin belongs to quite a soccer-rich family with Kun Aguero as his father, Messi as his godfather, and Maradona as his grandfather!

Apart from the sad ending in France, Lionel Messi could be back on his way to FC Barcelona. Let’s dive deeper into the same.

Will Lionel Messi return to FC Barcelona?

As per the most recent updates by Fabrizio Romano, Lionel Messi’s return to Barcelona seems inevitable! In relation to the same, Jorge Messi said, “Leo wants to return to Barcelona and I’d love to see him back to Barca. Barca is an option for sure”. While the La Liga giants have not presented an official bid yet, they are now attempting to work towards a ‘creative solution’.

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Other than that, Romano also revealed that Al-Hilal’s gigantic offer is still there on the table. Along with that, even David Beckham’s Inter Miami is pushing for the World Cup winner. Every option seems to be quite open and clear in front of the Argentine. The jury is still out there on where he ends up going with his most likely destination being FC Barcelona.

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