Barcelona’s interim president, Carles Tusquets, has tried to clarify the statements about the sale of Lionel Messi.
He said days ago that he would have sold Messi who wanted to leave over the summer.
But now he says that his statements have been misunderstood and that he would have made the sale for the good of the club, only in economic terms.
“I did not say I would have sold Messi, I said that financially, if he had left, it would have been good for the club,” the 69-year-old told Radio Catalunia.
“We would be better because we said that his salary is the highest in the world. In any case, I am nobody, the decision is his and neither can the board make such decisions. “