A few members of the Barcelona board are not against Lionel Messi leaving the club, ESPN reports.
Albeit some are planning to convince the 32-year-old to remain, others would not battle against Messi being sold under the correct conditions.
Messi is accepted to have met new manager, Ronald Koeman this week and conceded he sees himself more out than in at Camp Nou.
Koeman himself is quick to keep the player and build his team around him.
Be that as it may, the Argentine genius is thinking about his future at the club, after a progression of occasions in the most recent year, incorporating bust-ups with former sporting director, Eric Abidal.
On the pitch, Champions League exits against Roma and Liverpool have been trailed by a first trophyless season since 2007/2008, with the despicable 8-2 annihilation to Bayern Munich finishing everything off.
Messi’s questions about his future have created an inside discussion among the board.
Some directors would be set up to tune in to offers that would permit Koeman to recreate the team and simultaneously decrease the pay bill.