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Lionel Messi can solely go away Barcelona if launch clause is paid: La Liga

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Lionel Messi can solely go away Barcelona if launch clause is paid: La Liga

Spanish soccer league La Liga has mentioned Lionel Messi can’t go away Barcelona on a free switch by stating his launch clause that must be paid if he’s to chop ties with the membership.

The Messi switch saga took one other step ahead final week with the information that he wouldn’t go to the membership’s coaching floor to take a deliberate coronavirus take a look at.

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Messi and the remainder of the Barcelona squad, who performed of their ill-fated Champions League marketing campaign, have been required to take the exams on Sunday earlier than returning to pre-season coaching below new coach Ronald Koeman.

The talismanic striker had notified Barcelona that he intends to stroll away from the membership by exercising a clause in his contract that enables him to go away without cost on the finish of every season.

LaLiga although bolstered Barcelona’s stance, with the membership insisting the clause has expired and the one approach Messi shall be allowed to go away is that if his €700m launch clause is paid in full.

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“With regard to the varied interpretations (a few of that are contradictory) revealed by quite a lot of media shops in current days in relation to the contractual scenario surrounding FC Barcelona participant Lionel Messi, after having studied his contract with the membership, LaLiga considers it acceptable to make clear that:

1)The contract is at the moment in drive and includes a launch clause to be utilized within the occasion that Lionel Andres Messi ought to determine to activate the early unilateral termination of the contract, pursuant to Article 16 of the Royal Decree 1006/1985 of 26 June, which regulates the particular labour standing {of professional} athletes.

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2)In step with the rules and process that apply in such situations, LaLiga shall not proceed with the discharge required for the participant to be de-registered from the Spanish Soccer Federation except the afore talked about clause has been paid,” a LaLiga assertion learn.

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