There Was A Time Messi Didn't Want To Be A Superstar

There Was A Time Messi Didn't Want To Be A Superstar – Who doesn't know Lionel Messi? Behind his stardom, the Barcelona striker sometimes admits that he doesn't want to be famous.

As a soccer player, Messi's name became a famous star. The player from Argentina is known for his success and quality on the gridiron.

As a soccer player, Messi was confirmed as the greatest with a record of 6 Ballon d'Or titles. This personal title was achieved because it was able to offer many titles to Barcelona.

One of them is 10 LaLiga trophies and four Champions League titles. He honored the trophy sequence, through the several hundred goals he made. Most recently, the player nicknamed La Pulga has just scored a record of 644 goals at Barcelona-passing Pele's record as the most goalscorer for one club.

With the notes above, who doesn't know Messi. But it's even a little uncomfortable.

During an interview with La Sexta, Messi admitted that he sometimes wants to not be famous. He felt that his family's privacy was a little disturbed because he was so famous.

"It's true that I've been honored for everything that I had to go through, but there are times when I want to be anonymous and that way I can enjoy going to markets, cinemas, restaurants," Messi said.

"There are times, especially when I'm with some of my kids, if I do, I want to stay out of the spotlight," the former Newell's Old Boys player added.

Right now, Messi himself is at the exit level from Barcelona. His contract will expire in June 2021, and so far it has not been extended. Clubs began to be linked with him, one of which was the Premier League giant, Manchester City.

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