Barcelona star, Lionel Messi has reportedly told the club’s chiefs to allow three players to leave the club this summer as a result of their shocking 5-4 defeat against Levante in the LaLiga on Sunday night.
The 30-year-old was left at home to rest, while Barca’s record-breaking 43-game unbeaten streak in the league was shattered.
DAILY POST recalls that the Argentine captain was given a rest in Barcelona’s defeat against Levante in the LaLiga at the weekend.
Don Balon and Daily Star UK, reports that Messi is livid with the defeat and has told the club’s hierarchy to allow Ousmane Dembele, Nelson Semedo and Yerry Mina to leave the club this summer.
The trio are all relatively new signings for the Catalan club, with Dembele and Semedo arriving in the summer of 2017, while Colombian Mina joined in January 2018.