Lionel Messi has given enormous joy to Barcelona fans over the years. Not only has he won them titles and matches single-handedly, but he has also put them out of trouble many times with his sheer genius on the pitch. However, now that Messi and Barcelona are parting ways, there are serious heartbreaks. Some fans can't comprehend how Messi can leave the club after spending so many years with them. A section of these fans even gathered outside his house and started shouting his name.
In a video going viral on the internet, some Messi insults gathered outside his house and were seen shouting "Where is Leo Messi." When another person chipped in with "We are going to laugh at Messi" Thiago Messi, the star footballer's 8-year-old son had enough of it and came up with an epic response. His one-liner even got the people outside the Messi residence to laugh. " And I am going to laugh at your parents," he said.
Watch the video here:
Earlier, when Leo came out to address the media for one last time to offer his statement as a Barcelona player, he couldn't control the emotions of parting with a club he had joined as a teenager. Messi broke down in tears several times during the press conference.
Messi stated how Barcelona would always be his home and referred to his kids as "three little Argentine Catalan." He recalled how he joined the club as a teenager but is now leaving with his wife and children. He also hoped to come back to the club and contribute to it in any way or any capacity possible. He also picked his Barcelona debut as the most memorable moment of his long journey with Barca.
It is being reported that Messi is set to go to Paris Saint-Germain although there has not been any confirmation from the club so far. Other than PSG, Premier League clubs Manchester City and Chelsea are also believed to be considering bids for the six-time Ballon d'Or winner, with Chelsea's owner Roman Abramovich reportedly requesting a meeting with the star Argentine. But in all likelihood, PSG appear to be the frontrunner at this moment.