Jossy to Massey gives Germany a passport



Germany has given a passport to Lionel Messi, saying he has less love for Argentina than Lothar Mathias, who wants to see the Barcelona star in the Bundesliga.


Messi has won 34 trophies with Barసాa, but even after losing in four big finals, he has not been able to translate his success on the international stage, the country's first senior title since 1993.

The six-time Ballon d'Or winner is often criticized in Argentina for having lived in Spain most of his life.

Messi has been more tireless than his compatriot, Diego Maradona, who led Argentina to victory at the 1986 World Cup.

Matthew is shocked by the Messi treatment at his home and fiercely suggests that Germany is ready to replace him.

Mathews, who won the World Cup, said, "I can't believe it. If you don't like Messi, he can come to Germany anytime. We look forward with open arms and we give him a passport." I don't understand. “In the 1990s Ballon d’Or told the La Nacion.

"It's about the debate over whether Maradona or Messi are good. [Argentina] are fortunate to have these two great players, and they will fight. Is one of them better than the other? Please.

"He's two of the best football players in history."

Messi has reportedly crossed the deadline to activate a clause in his contract that would allow Barca to leave him free at the end of the season.

The 33-year-old is expected to sign an extension at Camp Nou, but Mathias says he sees him perform at the Bundesliga on a regular basis.

"Of course we get him! We would be very happy if Leo had a chance at the Bundesliga."

"But I'll be honest with you: I'm happy for Messi in football. He's a great player and a good guy."

"I know him personally and he makes me happy with his style of play."

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