A day that Barcelona fans have long dreaded has come, as Lionel Messi is no longer a Blaugrana player. A whole 7,504 days after his first contract with the club was signed, on a napkin no less, the forward’s contractual link to the club has ended.

For the first time since 2000 Messi doesn’t have a contract at Barcelona.

His current deal lapsed at midnight in Spain, and no extension has yet been announced

With his most recent deal running until June 30, Messi has become a free agent at midnight, as June turned into July.

Joan Laporta has been working hard to convince Messi to renew and the new club president wanted to sign a contract with the Argentine before the most recent one expired, but it wasn’t to be.

This doesn’t mean Messi is leaving the club, as those in charge at the Camp Nou believe he will put pen to paper on a new deal and continue to wear the blue and red colours. At this moment in time, though, Messi is not a Barcelona player.

The club’s financial problems prevented a new deal from being signed before the June 30 expiry date. The relationship between Laporta and Messi’s father is very good, but there are several aspects of the new contract that still need to be ironed out. An agreement could be reached soon, perhaps in a few days, but it hasn’t been established as of yet.

Laporta, who has urged fans to remain calm, wants Messi to sign a new deal as soon as possible. He doesn’t like that the forward isn’t a Barcelona player, even if it’s just for a few days, while sponsors don’t like this either, both existing ones and potential new partners.

Nike, for example, are looking to promote the new shirt and they can’t advertise it with Messi, at least at this moment in time. That’s just one example, but other sponsors don’t want to sign up to new deals while Messi isn’t guaranteed to be a part of the Catalan club’s future.

The Messi transfer rumours

Barcelona would also like to announce Messi’s renewal to put an end to the speculation and rumours.

There doesn’t appear to be another club ready to try to convince Messi to sign for them right now, something other teams have been legally allowed to try to do since January. But, stranger things have happened in football.

Barcelona don’t like that Messi is a free agent at this moment in time. For now, though, that’s the reality.

168 thoughts on “Lionel Messi Barcelona Contract Has Expired, He Is A Free Agent Now”
    1. Messi is no longer a Blaugrana player. A whole 7,504 days after his first contract with the club was signed, on a napkin no less, the forward’s contractual link to the club has ended.

      For the first time since 2000 Messi doesn’t have a contract at Barcelona.

      His current deal lapsed at midnight in Spain, and no extension has yet been announced

      With his most recent deal running until June 30, Messi has become a free agent at midnight, as June turned into July.

      Joan Laporta has been working hard to convince Messi to renew and the new club president wanted to sign a contract with the Argentine before the most recent one expired, but it wasn’t to be.

      This doesn’t mean Messi is leaving the club, as those in charge at the Camp Nou believe he will put pen to paper on a new deal and continue to wear the blue and red colours. At this moment in time, though, Messi is not a Barcelona player.

      The club’s financial problems prevented a new deal from being signed before the June 30 expiry date. The relationship between Laporta and Messi’s father is very good, but there are several aspects of the new contract that still need to be ironed out. An agreement could be reached soon, perhaps in a few days, but it hasn’t been established as of yet.

      Laporta, who has urged fans to remain calm, wants Messi to sign a new deal as soon as possible. He doesn’t like that the forward isn’t a Barcelona player, even if it’s just for a few days, while sponsors don’t like this either, both existing ones and potential new partners.

      Nike, for example, are looking to promote the new shirt and they can’t advertise it with Messi, at least at this moment in time. That’s just one example, but other sponsors don’t want to sign up to new deals while Messi isn’t guaranteed to be a part of the Catalan club’s future.

      The Messi transfer rumours

      Barcelona would also like to announce Messi’s renewal to put an end to the speculation and rumours.

      There doesn’t appear to be another club ready to try to convince Messi to sign for them right now, something other teams have been legally allowed to try to do since January. But, stranger things have happened in football.

      Barcelona don’t like that Messi is a free agent at this moment in time. For now, though, that’s the reality.

    2. Good for him?
      Joan Laporta has been working hard to convince Messi to renew and the new club president wanted to sign a contract with the Argentine before the most recent one expired, but it wasn’t to be.

      This doesn’t mean Messi is leaving the club, as those in charge at the Camp Nou believe he will put pen to paper on a new deal and continue to wear the blue and red colours. At this moment in time, though, Messi is not a Barcelona player.

      The club’s financial problems prevented a new deal from being signed before the June 30 expiry date. The relationship between Laporta and Messi’s father is very good, but there are several aspects of the new contract that still need to be ironed out. An agreement could be reached soon, perhaps in a few days, but it hasn’t been established as of yet.

      Laporta, who has urged fans to remain calm, wants Messi to sign a new deal as soon as possible. He doesn’t like that the forward isn’t a Barcelona player, even if it’s just for a few days, while sponsors don’t like this either, both existing ones and potential new partners.

      Nike, for example, are looking to promote the new shirt and they can’t advertise it with Messi, at least at this moment in time. That’s just one example, but other sponsors don’t want to sign up to new deals while Messi isn’t guaranteed to be a part of the Catalan club’s future.

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      Joan Laporta has been working hard to convince Messi to renew and the new club president wanted to sign a contract with the Argentine before the most recent one expired, but it wasn’t to be.

      This doesn’t mean Messi is leaving the club, as those in charge at the Camp Nou believe he will put pen to paper on a new deal and continue to wear the blue and red colours. At this moment in time, though, Messi is not a Barcelona player.

      The club’s financial problems prevented a new deal from being signed before the June 30 expiry date. The relationship between Laporta and Messi’s father is very good, but there are several aspects of the new contract that still need to be ironed out. An agreement could be reached soon, perhaps in a few days, but it hasn’t been established as of yet.

      Laporta, who has urged fans to remain calm, wants Messi to sign a new deal as soon as possible. He doesn’t like that the forward isn’t a Barcelona player, even if it’s just for a few days, while sponsors don’t like this either, both existing ones and potential new partners.

      Nike, for example, are looking to promote the new shirt and they can’t advertise it with Messi, at least at this moment in time. That’s just one example, but other sponsors don’t want to sign up to new deals while Messi isn’t guaranteed to be a part of the Catalan club’s future.
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    1. Joan Laporta has been working hard to convince Messi to renew and the new club president wanted to sign a contract with the Argentine before the most recent one expired, but it wasn’t to be.

      This doesn’t mean Messi is leaving the club, as those in charge at the Camp Nou believe he will put pen to paper on a new deal and continue to wear the blue and red colours. At this moment in time, though, Messi is not a Barcelona player.

      The club’s financial problems prevented a new deal from being signed before the June 30 expiry date. The relationship between Laporta and Messi’s father is very good, but there are several aspects of the new contract that still need to be ironed out. An agreement could be reached soon, perhaps in a few days, but it hasn’t been established as of yet.

      Laporta, who has urged fans to remain calm, wants Messi to sign a new deal as soon as possible. He doesn’t like that the forward isn’t a Barcelona player, even if it’s just for a few days, while sponsors don’t like this either, both existing ones and potential new partners
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    A day that Barcelona fans have long dreaded has come, as Lionel Messi is no longer a Blaugrana player. A whole 7,504 days after his first contract with the club was signed, on a napkin no less, the forward’s contractual link to the club has ended.

    For the first time since 2000 Messi doesn’t have a contract at Barcelona.

    His current deal lapsed at midnight in Spain, and no extension has yet been announced

    With his most recent deal running until June 30, Messi has become a free agent at midnight, as June turned into July.

    Joan Laporta has been working hard to convince Messi to renew and the new club president wanted to sign a contract with the Argentine before the most recent one expired, but it wasn’t to be.

    This doesn’t mean Messi is leaving the club, as those in charge at the Camp Nou believe he will put pen to paper on a new deal and continue to wear the blue and red colours. At this moment in time, though, Messi is not a Barcelona player.

    The club’s financial problems prevented a new deal from being signed before the June 30 expiry date. The relationship between Laporta and Messi’s father is very good, but there are several aspects of the new contract that still need to be ironed out. An agreement could be reached soon, perhaps in a few days, but it hasn’t been established as of yet.

    Laporta, who has urged fans to remain calm, wants Messi to sign a new deal as soon as possible. He doesn’t like that the forward isn’t a Barcelona player, even if it’s just for a few days, while sponsors don’t like this either, both existing ones and potential new partners.

    Nike, for example, are looking to promote the new shirt and they can’t advertise it with Messi, at least at this moment in time. That’s just one example, but other sponsors don’t want to sign up to new deals while Messi isn’t guaranteed to be a part of the Catalan club’s future.

    The Messi transfer rumours

    Barcelona would also like to announce Messi’s renewal to put an end to the speculation and rumours.

    There doesn’t appear to be another club ready to try to convince Messi to sign for them right now, something other teams have been legally allowed to try to do since January. But, stranger things have happened in football.

    Barcelona don’t like that Messi is a free agent at this moment in time. For now, though, that’s the reality.

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    Kasali Saheed Adetunji says:
    July 1, 2021 at 11:59 AM
    Ok

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    oluwafemi Gabriel says:
    July 1, 2021 at 12:02 PM
    Good news

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    Ndubuisi Obunike says:
    July 1, 2021 at 12:10 PM
    Good news

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    July 1, 2021 at 12:16 PM
    Wow

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    July 1, 2021 at 12:44 PM
    OK

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    Kenechukwu Martin says:
    July 1, 2021 at 12:44 PM
    Wow,that’s good

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    Dan Stephen says:
    July 1, 2021 at 12:47 PM
    No joy for Barcelona

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    Bolaji Shakirudeen says:
    July 1, 2021 at 12:48 PM
    Barcelona best

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    Awhotu Samson says:
    July 1, 2021 at 1:01 PM
    My favorite player

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    Abodunrin Adegoke says:
    July 1, 2021 at 1:03 PM
    Hmmm

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    ojogbe Jonathan says:
    July 1, 2021 at 1:17 PM
    Free man

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    July 1, 2021 at 1:25 PM
    okay

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    Joel Marvellous says:
    July 1, 2021 at 1:30 PM
    Okay

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    July 1, 2021 at 1:31 PM
    Ok

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    July 1, 2021 at 1:33 PM
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  3. This doesn’t mean Messi is leaving the club, as those in charge at the Camp Nou believe he will put pen to paper on a new deal and continue to wear the blue and red colours. At this moment in time, though, Messi is not a Barcelona player.

    The club’s financial problems prevented a new deal from being signed before the June 30 expiry date. The relationship between Laporta and Messi’s father is very good, but there are several aspects of the new contract that still need to be ironed out. An agreement could be reached soon, perhaps in a few days, but it hasn’t been established as of yet.

    Laporta, who has urged fans to remain calm, wants Messi to sign a new deal as soon as possible. He doesn’t like that the forward isn’t a Barcelona player, even if it’s just for a few days, while sponsors don’t like this either, both existing ones and potential new partners.

    Nike, for example, are looking to promote the new shirt and they can’t advertise it with Messi, at least at this moment in time. That’s just one example, but other sponsors don’t want to sign up to new deals while Messi isn’t guaranteed to be a part of the Catalan club’s future.

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  5. For the first time since 2000 Messi doesn’t have a contract at Barcelona.

    His current deal lapsed at midnight in Spain, and no extension has yet been announced

    With his most recent deal running until June 30, Messi has become a free agent at midnight, as June turned into July.

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