Lionel Messi’s family struggling to adapt to Paris, hope for Barcelona's return

After claims from Mirror that his family is having to adjust to their new life in Paris, Lionel Messi may push for a spectacular move back to Barcelona in the coming months.

In the summer of 2021, Messi relocated to Paris Saint-Germain to rejoin with his former teammate Neymar. 

The move, however, hasn't gone well for both the player and the club, with the attacker scoring just once in 11 Ligue 1 appearances this season.

Messi's wife, Antonela Roccuzzo, is said to have told Leo that not only she but also the couple's children desire to return to their childhood home in Catalonia, Castelldefels. 

The family, according to the aforementioned source, is unable to adapt to continuously changing weather conditions, while language is also a major issue.

Despite the fact that they live in a luxurious home in one of the city's most attractive neighborhoods, Antonela and her children desire to return to Barcelona to reconnect with old friends.

After receiving letters from the likes of Xavi and Dani Alves, she is urging the former Barça captain to plot a possible comeback. Because neither of them were present when Messi walked away,

Currently, she is urging the former Barça captain to consider a comeback after receiving texts from Xavi and Dani Alves. They are thought to be attempting to encourage Leo to complete a believable return because they were not present when Messi left.

The family's life isn't all flowers, though, as Messi's father and agent, Jorge, is proving to be a stumbling obstacle after severing off all ties with Joan Laporta in the summer of 2021.

Jorge is said to have difficulties not just with the Barcelona board, but also with the explanation that they were unable to register Messi owing to the pay bill.

Jorge is currently requesting an explanation as to how the team was able to register players and sign high-profile acquisitions in January. As a result, whether they like it or not, the Messis are stuck in Paris.

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