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What will happen with Barcelona once Messi leaves?

Written by:
Payton
Published on:
Nov/11/2019

Many people are not even questioning that Lionel Messi is the best player in the world. Not only that, they are positive that the Argentinian might be the best footballer of all times. 

During his stay in Barcelona, the club won everything possible. The Champions Leagues, La Liga titles, UEFA Super Cup, FIFA Club World Cup, Copa del Rey, virtually everything. As long as Blaugrana have Messi, they don't have to worry about anything. 

 But what will happen after he leaves? Many fans are already concerned about that. Is the team capable of filling in that gap? Are they going to produce some worthy replacement?

These and questions similar to them are in the heads of all those worried fans. History has taught us that these sorts of situations are often dangerous for one team and that it could leave it vulnerable for one period.

We can see that now on Real Madrid, who is without Cristiano Ronaldo an average European club. Not a powerhouse and a contender for winning the trophies, but far away from that level. 

Right now, Zinedine Zidane's side is between fifth and sixth favorite to win the UCL with the odds at 9/1. For example, Man City, the first favorite is at 7/2, or Barca as second is at 11/2. The situation with La Liga is even more apparent. Barca to win the trophy is at 3/4, while on the other side, Real is right now at 11/4. All this because of one player who left the club, Cristiano Ronaldo. If you are interested in making some these bets here, use our no deposit offers and try to make some cash while you are here. Just in case you didn't know, it means that the bookie gives you a free bonus to bet with as soon as you register on the website. It is a dream come true for every punter, especially because you don't need to spend any of your money.

Now, after seeing this, Blaugrana has to react in some way. They need to find out a replacement, whether that comes from their own youth academy or by buying some individual.

To be straight, nobody will even replace Messi and his influence on the court. The Argentinian is one of a kind player, who broke all the limits in football. Simply, he is unique. 

In 687 matches for Barcelona, Messi scored 603 goals. He is a five-time Ballon d'Or winner and a six-time European Golden Shoe winner. Even without Barcelona winning the Champions League, and him not having a season as he can, the Argentinian is still the second favorite to take the Ballon d'Or trophy. 

The bookies are giving 5/4 for him to win the award, while Virgil Van Dijk who is the No.1 favorite, sits at 8/15. Far behind we have Cristiano Ronaldo with 15/1 and Mo Salah with 20/1. 

Messi is the six-time Pichichi Trophy winner (La Liga top scorer) and has no competition in Spain. While Cristiano played in Real, he had someone to compete with, but now, it looks like his only threats will be his teammates. 

The no.10 leads thelist of favorites for another title there with 4/6, while Antoine Griezmann stands at 9/2 as the next in the line. Luis Suarez is at 10/1, and the only one who managed to squeeze in this elite company outside Barcelona's team is Karim Benzema from Real Madrid with 8/1.

When that day comes when Messi has to leave Camp Nou, Barca will have to come up with something to replace him. Either that, or they will be in serious trouble.

Many people are not even questioning that Lionel Messi is the best player in the world. Not only that, they are positive that the Argentinian might be the best footballer of all times. 

During his stay in Barcelona, the club won everything possible. The Champions Leagues, La Liga titles, UEFA Super Cup, FIFA Club World Cup, Copa del Rey, virtually everything. As long as Blaugrana have Messi, they don't have to worry about anything. 

 But what will happen after he leaves? Many fans are already concerned about that. Is the team capable of filling in that gap? Are they going to produce some worthy replacement?

 

These and questions similar to them are in the heads of all those worried fans. History has taught us that these sorts of situations are often dangerous for one team and that it could leave it vulnerable for one period.

 

We can see that now on Real Madrid, who is without Cristiano Ronaldo an average European club. Not a powerhouse and a contender for winning the trophies, but far away from that level. 

 

Right now, Zinedine Zidane's side is between fifth and sixth favorite to win the UCL with the odds at 9/1. For example, Man City, the first favorite is at 7/2, or Barca as second is at 11/2. The situation with La Liga is even more apparent. Barca to win the trophy is at 3/4, while on the other side, Real is right now at 11/4. All this because of one player who left the club, Cristiano Ronaldo. If you are interested in making some these bets here, use our no deposit offers and try to make some cash while you are here. Just in case you didn't know, it means that the bookie gives you a free bonus to bet with as soon as you register on the website. It is a dream come true for every punter, especially because you don't need to spend any of your money.

 

Now, after seeing this, Blaugrana has to react in some way. They need to find out a replacement, whether that comes from their own youth academy or by buying some individual.

 

To be straight, nobody will even replace Messi and his influence on the court. The Argentinian is one of a kind player, who broke all the limits in football. Simply, he is unique. 

 

In 687 matches for Barcelona, Messi scored 603 goals. He is a five-time Ballon d'Or winner and a six-time European Golden Shoe winner. Even without Barcelona winning the Champions League, and him not having a season as he can, the Argentinian is still the second favorite to take the Ballon d'Or trophy. 

 

The bookies are giving 5/4 for him to win the award, while Virgil Van Dijk who is the No.1 favorite, sits at 8/15. Far behind we have Cristiano Ronaldo with 15/1 and Mo Salah with 20/1. 

 

Messi is the six-time Pichichi Trophy winner (La Liga top scorer) and has no competition in Spain. While Cristiano played in Real, he had someone to compete with, but now, it looks like his only threats will be his teammates. 

 

The no.10 leads the list of favorites for another title there with 4/6, while Antoine Griezmann stands at 9/2 as the next in the line. Luis Suarez is at 10/1, and the only one who managed to squeeze in this elite company outside Barcelona's team is Karim Benzema from Real Madrid with 8/1.

 

When that day comes when Messi has to leave Camp Nou, Barca will have to come up with something to replace him. Either that, or they will be in serious trouble.

 

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