Report: Lionel Messi misses Barcelona training ahead of La Liga restart

    Barcelona forward Lionel Messi apparently remained training on Wednesday due to an injury concern.

    Lionel Messi apparently missed out on Barcelona‘s training session on Wednesday, less than 2 weeks prior to the La Liga leaders go back to action.

    Barca’s players were executed their speeds at the club’s Sant Joan Despi base ahead of the Spanish leading flight’s restart on June 11.

    The Night Requirement reports that Messi was a prominent absentee for Quique Setien‘s side, triggering speculation that he might be hurt.

    Messi scored 19 goals and established 12 more in 22 La Liga appearances prior to the coronavirus pandemic required the division to close down in early March.

    Barca’s first game back is away to Mallorca on 13, prior to hosting Leganes at Camp Nou 3 days later on.

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