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Lionel Messi deny report linking him to Inter Milan

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Barcelona captain Lionel Messi has responded to reports linking him with a move to Italian giants Inter Milan and also claims that he paid for Ronaldinho’s bail to get out of prison.

There have been reports for months that Lionel Messi does not want to end his career at Barcelona with many claiming that he wants to move to Italy and continue rivalry with Ronaldo.


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Messi who has never played for any other club than Barcelona has now rubbished the reports claiming that he is happy at Barcelona and will remain at Nou Camp.

The Argentine footballer made this known on his official social media account branding the reports as fake and told his fans not to take such serious.

He also denied reports of him helping former teammate Ronaldinho to pay his bail from prison where he was recently released to house arrest.

Ronaldinho spends close to five weeks inside Paraguay jail after being accused of using fake passport to entered the country with him and his brother.

Lawyers representing Ronaldinho posted that the sum of $1.6 million was spent for the Brazilian to come out of prison.

Football fans then began to imagine how Ronaldinho was able to get such huge amount of money and thought Lionel Messi could have helped him.

“#FakeNews'”and “Lie 1: Messi to Inter, Lie 2: Messi gave money to Ronaldinho in jail.

He then added: “What they said about Newell’s Old Boys a few weeks ago is also false, thank God no one believed them,”.

Meanwhile, Barcelona are in top gear so as to make sure that Lionel Messi signs another long term contract and if possible life.

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