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Furious Spanish TV Presenter Goes Into Full Meltdown With Scathing Barcelona Rant After Lionel Messi's Exit

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Furious Spanish TV Presenter Goes Into Full Meltdown With Scathing Barcelona Rant After Lionel Messi's Exit

A Spanish TV presenter launched an astonishing rant on Barcelona after the Spanish club confirmed that Lionel Messi would be leaving the Camp Nou.

Speaking on El Chiringuito with host Josep Pedrerol, Cristobal Soria claimed that it was the 'worst day of his life' and he was praying to "wake up" from the "nightmare" news surrounding Messi.

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When Pedrerol asked Soria how he felt, the Spaniard responded: "Nothing. I'm gutted. I'm having the worst afternoon, night, of my life. Of my sporting life. By some margin.

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"I can't believe it. I want to wake up tomorrow morning and for it all to have been a bad dream, a nightmare, that none of what's happening is true. I'm gutted. Gutted. Gutted."

Barcelona dropped a bombshell announcement on Thursday that La Liga's financial regulations stopped them from signing Messi to a new deal.

However, a furious Soria fully lost his head and went into a complete meltdown over Barcelona's farewell tweet.

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The El Chiringuito presenter said: "Like you haven't shouted enough yet, you're going to twist it in a bit more. Please, eh, please!

"Don't wind us up. Don't wind us up anymore. That's enough. Now, the 'record-breaker.'

"For f***'s sake. 'Record-breaker.' And next year we watch [Memphis] Depay! Okay, Depay is who we watch next year.

"'Record-breaker,' now he's 'record-breaker.' Tonight, tonight, ay! You make my blood boil. For f***'s sake. Now, because of a tweet, he's going to say he's 'record-breaker' today.

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Credit: El Chiringuito/Twitter
Credit: El Chiringuito/Twitter
Credit: El Chiringuito/Twitter
Credit: El Chiringuito/Twitter

"'Record-breaker!' 'Record-breaker!' My God. And you know what? Now you don't have enough. You haven't got enough blood? Not enough blood?

"Now you're going to keep wiggling your finger around to make the wound bigger. What great barbarity."

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Messi, who became a free agent in July, had agreed to a new contract with Barcelona and was reportedly set to take a 50 per cent wage cut.

The 34-year-old Argentine superstar has been heavily linked with Paris Saint-Germain, who are leading the race to sign Messi this summer.

Barcelona president Joan Laporta announced in a Friday press conference that the club would have been at "risk" if they tried to keep hold of Messi amid their financial situation.

Featured Image Credit: El Chiringuito/Twitter

Topics: Football, Barcelona, Lionel Messi, Spain, La Liga

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