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Lionel Messi Willing To Trade Club Successes For World Cup Glory

Lionel Messi Willing To Trade Club Successes For World Cup Glory

28/5/2018


It is no old news that Barcelona forward Lionel Messi will love to win the world Cup with Argentina and he Admits he will love to trades the successes of his club to achieve some World Cup success with his country.

"Winning the World Cup is a huge personal challenge for me, for the group [of players Argentina have] and for the country, who have the same dreams as us," he told El Trece. "It's a nice responsibility to represent a whole country at a World Cup.

"I would swap a title with Barcelona for one with the national team. While I want to win things again with my club, I want to win something with the national team.

"I know it would be special for what it means, to be [world] champions with Argentina would be different to everything, it would be something unique."

Messi has one again made known his loyalty to the Spanish side and added thatvhe will only love to play for an Argentinian side after leaving Barcelona.

He mentioned specifically that he would really love to play for his home town side Newell's Old Boys after his career in Europe ends.

"I'm increasingly sure that in Europe, Barcelona will be my only club," Messi said in an interview with Argentine television station El Trece .

"I always said I wanted to play in Argentine football one day, I don't know if it will happen but I have it in my mind.
"It would be at Newell's, nowhere else. I would like to do that for at least six months, but you never know what will happen.

"My dream was to play for Newell's as a kid, going to the matches with my dad, my brothers, my friends... after that; circumstances in life took me elsewhere but I still have that in mind."

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