- Pep Guardiola has been linked with a return to Spanish giants Barcelona
- The club's presidential front-runner Victor Font wants the Spaniard to return
- Font believes that the return of Guardiola would make Messi to sign new deal
Pep Guardiola who is the current gaffer of Premier League side Manchester City has reportedly been linked with a return to Spanish giants Barcelona so as for the club to fulfill Messi's wish.
Barcelona are currently without a president following the resignation of Josep Bartomeu and his board following a troubled filled season.
Last season, Barcelona failed to win any title in all competitions and the Catalans also suffered an embarrassing defeat in the Champions League against Bayern Munich.
That defeat led to the sacking of Setien at the Nou Camp in which Barcelona hired former star defender Ronald Koeman as new gaffer.
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But before the start of the ongoing League season, Barcelona board had serious issue with Lionel Messi who wanted to leave with Manchester City reported as likely destination.
Although Bartomeu was able to convince Lionel Messi to stay at Barcelona for another season, but that does not stop the Spaniard from resigning as president.
According to the report on Express UK, Victor Font who is the presidential front-runner wants Pep Guardiola to return to Barcelona so as for Messi to sign a new deal.
Guardiola who won 14 trophies in a four-year spell in charge at Barcelona between 2008 and 2012, sees his contract at Manchester City expire at the end of this season.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Mesi GOAT debate has been endorsed by some of the footballing legends that Portuguese is better than the Argentine.
The Juventus and Barcelona superstars are regarded as the best players in the world just like the Pele and Diego Maradona comparison.
The pair have often been the subject matter when it comes to who is the greatest of all time in the round leather game.
Sir Alex Ferguson who signed Ronaldo from Sporting Lisbon in 2003 has insisted that has all it takes to play for any club and still score a hat-trick.
Italy legend Francesco Totti also branded Ronaldo, Messi and Neymar as "three footballing aliens," but he added that "Ronaldo is ahead of the others."
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