- Lionel Messi is not impressed with his Barcelona side following their loss to Juventus
- The Argentine is reportedly upset that his side lost to Cristiano Ronaldo’s team
- Juventus defeated Barcelona 3-0 in the Champions League right at the Camp Nou
Latest reports have it that Lionel Messi was not happy that his side lost to Juventus in the Champions League, especially because of his arch rival Cristiano Ronaldo.
It is understood that the Barcelona captain was not happy about the game as Argentine outlet OKDiario via 90min revealed that the result got Messi questioning his future at the club.
Ronaldo got a brace in the game via the penalty spot to ensure Juventus win the group, but it was said that his rival didn’t like it.
The result on the night left Messi in a dilemma, leaving an "ugly blow to the players faith", which also led him to question his long-term future at the club.
Messi didn’t like the fact that CR7 stole the show on the night - and with him already considering his exit at the club, there is a higher chance the captain will leave when his contract expires during the summer.
There are very few clubs who can afford the player and his massive wages, though the likes of Manchester City and Paris Saint-Germain are understood to be very keen to land him in the summer.
Messi is yet to find his spark this season having struggled to find the back of the net eight times in 15 games across competitions - a huge part of the goals coming from the penalty spot.
While the Catalans are also not at their best as they occupy the eighth position on the log with 17 points from 11 games - nine points behind table-toppers and next opponent, Real Sociedad.
Though the attacker and his agents are planning to tell prospective suitors that now is not the time to lure him away from his present club due to their struggles so far this term.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that Cristiano Ronaldo is the highest goalscorer in all of the top five leagues in Europe in the year 2020.
Despite the global pandemic challenges that have ravaged the year, the Portuguese superstar is still head over heels among his competitors.
The Juventus striker has scored an amazing 31 goals in the calendar year more than Bayern Munich's goal-machine Robert Lewandowski who has 28.
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