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Messi Reveals Exactly Where he Wants to Retire

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The Argentine star has a 15-year association with the Catalan club and says he wants it to stay there until the end of his playing days
Lionel Messi says he has no interest in leaving
Barcelona during his career, insisting it is the only club for him.
Messi, who has been with Barcelona since the age of 13, claimed a record fifth Ballon d’Or crown on Monday.
The 28-year-old won a total of five trophies with the club in 2015, including the Champions League and Club World Cup, while he also guided Argentina to the final of the Copa America, suffering a penalty shoot-out loss to hosts Chile.
And despite stating in 2013 that he wanted to return to boyhood club Newell’s Old Boys before he retires, it appears Messi has changed his plans.
“I have said it a thousand and one times, it is the same response as always,” he told reporters.
“My idea is to finish at home, and my home is Barcelona. I hope it can be like this.”
Messi’s current contract at Barcelona ends in 2018, when the Argentinian will be 31 years old.

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