- Lionel Messi could play in the Premier League according to Brazilian legend Kaka
- The Argentine's future is hanging in uncertainty following a public bust-up with Eric Abidal
- Kaka said Messi could seek new challenges in another league like his arch-rival Cristiano Ronaldo
Lionel Messi has been handed a free-will to play in the Premier League following a public spat with Barcelona sports director Eric Abidal which has left his Camp Nou future in clear uncertainty.
The Argentine has spent his entire football career with Catalans, winning 34 trophies among several awards including six Ballon d'Or gongs.
But of recent, the Argentine hitman seemed to be displeased with the situations of things in Camp Nou since the sacking of his former boss Ernesto Valverde.
To make the matter worse, Barcelona's director of sports Eric Abidal recently sought the wrath the of the Argentine forward after playing a blame game on players over the sacking former manager Valverde.
Speaking with a Spanish media outlet Diario Sport, Abidal had submitted that lack of full commitment from players was responsible for Valverde's Camp Nou exit.
The furious Argentine hitman, in a reaction, told the former central defender to be specific in his naming in order not to say ''things which are not true.''
The public bust-up has now left the Argentine's future in doubt with interest coming from top powerhouses in Europe including the two Manchester sides.
Brazilain legend, Kaka has now given his opinion on Messi's alleged plan to move to the Premier League, saying the Argentine can search new challenges somewhere else.
"It depends on what he wants for his career,'' Kaka told Sky Sports.
“It's hard to see him playing for another club, but it's just… [he may feel,] 'It's okay, it's time for him to change and go have another experience.
Lionel Messi currently leads La Liga's goalscorer list with 14 goals and 11 assists.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had reported that Lionel Messi has overtaken Cristiano Ronaldo and other football stars on the planet to top the list of the highest-paid footballers in 2020.
The Barcelona star does not only come top of the pile, his earning worth a staggering €8.3m gross per month almost doubled that of his Portuguese arch-rival.
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