Prophet TB Joshua

Lionel Messi has listened to Prophet TB Joshua, takes the latest decision for Barcelona. 


Following Prophet TB Joshua’s advice to Lionel Messi, the Barcelona superstar has returned to Barcelona training on Monday for the first time since trying to leave the club.


Recall that Prophet TB Joshua via his official Twitter page advised Messi not to leave Barcelona bittered.

According to the Cleric, “It is not good advice for Lionel Messi to leave Barcelona bitter and offended. It is impossible to establish a healthy relationship with a person who left a previous relationship bitter and offended. This is my candid advice to Messi. History is our boss.”

This online news medium understands that upon Messi return to Barcelona, he will train individually for the next few days, per La Liga’s strict coronavirus protocols, before reintegrating with his teammates at a later date.

According to a source, Messi is likely not to play as Barca hosts Gimnastic in a friendly at the Johan Cruyff Stadium on Saturday but could feature against Girona in another friendly on Sept. 16 ahead of the season opener against Villarreal at the end of the month.

Messi felt he should have been allowed to leave for free due to a clause in his contract.

However, when Barca put up barriers to prevent him from walking away, he conceded defeat and decided to stay to avoid a legal battle against “the club of my life.”

As part of his push to leave, he was absent for the start of preseason under new coach Ronald Koeman last week. His legal team advised him that turning up for training for the new season would nullify the claim he could leave for nothing.

Messi accepted defeat on Friday, though, telling Goal he would not take the legal route to force a Camp Nou exit.

It is the first time he’s been face-to-face with Koeman since the two held a meeting on Aug. 21. In the meeting, Messi told the Dutch coach of his desire to leave the club.

“Now I don’t know what will happen,” Messi said last week when he announced he was staying.

“There is a new coach and new ideas. That’s good, but then we have to see how the team responds and whether or not it will allow us to compete at the top level. What I can say is that I’m staying and I’m going to give my best for Barcelona.”

Despite committing to the club for the upcoming season, his long-term future remains up in their air. His contract is up next summer and he’s free to negotiate with other clubs from January.

The upcoming presidential elections at Barcelona could play a major role in what he does next. Josep Maria Bartomeu cannot stand again and whoever replaces him will hope to convince Messi to sign a new contract.