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WATCH: Messi spotted cycling through the streets of Barcelona



WATCH: Messi spotted cycling through the streets of Barcelona

Following reports, El Chiringuito TV has provided us with video evidence of Leo Messi’s weekend return to Barcelona. The Argentine was cycling back to his home in Castelldefels, a neighborhood outside of Barcelona, when they saw him.

Outside Messi’s house, in addition to the reporters, a fan asked for Leo’s autograph while sporting an Argentine jersey.

jhonsbenitez (Twitter): “He really doesn’t understand who he is. He still thinks he can go outside in a hoodie and be an npc lmao.”

Fans reaction below:

PSGOgi (Twitter): “He’s dressed like Eminem ffs. 90 degrees outside and this guy is sporting a hoodie and a scruffy ass beard.”

LEONAT1ON (Twitter): “Imagine randomly seeing Messi cycle in ur street 😭”

Xtrafootball12 (Twitter): “At this rate, they will sneak into Messi’s bathroom too.”

Stevengems (Twitter): “He be like ‘y’all shut up, I’m just cycling here.'”

Messi attempted to conceal his trip to Barcelona, but the Spanish journalists prevented him from doing so. Leo left the El Prat air terminal through a secret exit yet Gerard Romero had the option to affirm his appearance at any rate.

A lot of people think that Messi is back in Spain to figure out how to get back to Barcelona. The Argentinian will be out of contract at the end of the season and Paris Saint-Germain has yet to agree to a new contract.

Barcelona are frantic to get him back, yet Barca Widespread announced that his visit may not be transfer related.

According to the publication, Messi is not in Barcelona to meet with the club or discuss a transfer. Instead, it is alleged that Messi is simply going to Spain to take advantage of his time off and enjoy it.

Source: El Chiringuito | Tribuna

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