Tuesday, June 14, 2011

Newell's Wants to Pull Back Messi

Another player who is expected to be brought 'home' Newell's was Maxi Rodriguez.

President Newell's Old Boys, Guillermo Lorente, hoping to bring back Lionel Messi. He started his football career at Argentine club.

Massey engaged with Newell's Old Boys at the age of 8 years, before finally moving to Barcelona in 2000. However, winning the Ballon d'Or title of FIFA or the 2010 World Player of the Year is still the idol to his former club.

Speaking to Ole, Lorente not hide his desire to one day be able to see Messi go back playing for Newell's. Although at this time Massey was 23 years and has a long career, the President has made ​​efforts to bring Messi back.

"We (Newell's) has held talks with Leo (Messi). We know it's hard, but we will do anything to bring it back to Newell's, "says Lorente.

Massey began his career at Newell's Old Boys academy in 1995-2000. In 2000, Carles Rexach, Barcelona sporting director saw talent Messi and Barcelona memboyongnya to college football. Messi's first team debut in Barcelona on October 16, 2004 when his team entertain Espanyol when he was 17 years 114 days.

Besides Messi, another player who is expected to be brought 'home' Newell's was Maxi Rodriguez who is currently playing with Liverpool. Maxi claimed to have been ready to return to the club is based in Rosario. However, the final decision in the hands of Liverpool.

"President (Lorente) asked me and I replied 'yes'. Now all depends on my contract at Liverpool, which could mungin little slack," said Maxi told La Capital.

Last week, with Maxi Messi and Inter Milan captain and former alumni Newell's, Javier Zanetti, appearing in a charity match at Estadio Marcelo Bielsa.

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