Messi wants Higuain for Argentina

Messi wants Higuain for Argentina

Messi wants Higuain for Argentina

Jorge Sampaoli's side nearly did not qualify for the tournament, but a Messi hat-trick in their final qualifier against Ecuador secured their spot in Russian Federation.

FC Barcelona superstar Lionel Messi has explained how he feels about being a substitute on occasion at the Catalan club. I want them to grow up in a calm place, being able to enjoy life with security.

First of all, Messi will pocket a reported €70m a year in wages, or €1.2 million-a-week or €95,880 a day (after tax) or €3,995 an hour (after tax) with exclusive image rights and a €100 million signing on fee.

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His previous deal was due to expire in the summer, meaning he would have been free to speak to potential suitors in the new year. As we are today, we are not far from that although there are better teams than us such as Brazil, Germany, France and Spain.

One player who has already announced his intention to end his Argentina career after the World Cup is Messi's Barcelona team-mate Javier Mascherano. The criticism went beyond normal and went beyond football.

"We have to improve if we must aspire to be world champions", Messi, a five-time Ballon d'Or victor told TyC Sports.

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"I think this time away from the national side has done him good and judging by the times we spoke, it has made him see things differently", Messi said.

The Argentine felt that bitterness has led to a certain kind of burden that is not easy to deal with and said: "If Argentina don't do well in this World Cup, we will all have to disappear from the national team".

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