Messi, who was expected to sign a new contract with Barcelona to win more silverware on the club front in the 2021-22 campaign moved to PSG because the new deal didn't materialize.
Lionel Messi had the biggest summer of his career in 2021 as he led Argentina to Copa America glory which happens to be the first international trophy of his career.
As we all know, with every game that the Argentine legend plays, he ends up breaking some of the other records in Spain but missed 2 due to his transfer to PSG.
Here are the 2 records Messi couldn't break in Barcelona due to his transfer to PSG
1. Messi needs 27 more goals to hit his 500th Liga goal.
2. Messi is just two games away from Xavi's record of 151 Champions League appearances.
It would have been Messi's 18th season with Barcelona where he needs 33 more goals in all competitions to score his 800th goal.
After winning his first major international trophy in the form of the Copa America, Messi is the favorite to win a record-seventh Ballon d'Or.
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