Xavi admits Lionel Messi and Luis Enrique could fall out again

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Barcelona midfielder Xavi has admitted that Lionel Messi could fall out with manager Luis Enrique again at the Nou Camp, reports the Express.

The Spanish hero has, however, insisted that it's no big deal and has 'zero' importance as the club go in search of success.


It was reported that Messi and Enrique were involved in a training ground bust-up earlier this month, but it's clearly not something that worries Xavi at the Catalan giants. 

Speaking to reporters, the Barcelona ace said: "It's all quite understandable, it's no big deal. From within the group, we give it the importance it deserves, which is zero.

"It happened and it's history. And I'm sure it will happen again.

"You have to treat it with the importance it deserves: zero."

Premier League interest 

Messi's long term future has been the subject of much debate in recent time, with a number of England's elite clubs reportedly interested in his services.

In fact, the same report from the Express has suggested that the trio of Manchester United, Chelsea and Manchester City are all interested in bringing him to the Premier League. 

There's no doubt about it, fans of Manchester United, Chelsea and City would love to see the superstar join their ranks, but it remains to be seen as to whether any of the clubs will make a move for his signature in the near future. 

Manchester United, Chelsea and Manchester City fans: Do you think Messi will ever arrive in the Premier League? Have your say in the comments section below! 

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