‘Leo is a man who will be missed’: New Celtic boss October 29, 2021 October 29, 2021 admin

In recent years, Leo Messi has been at the forefront of Celtic’s success, captaining the side to Champions League glory in 2013, European Championship triumphs in 2014 and a Champions League quarter-final appearance last season.

However, his career has been overshadowed by injuries, including a knee reconstruction that saw him miss three months of the 2015-16 season.

Leo’s injury history Leopoldo Fernandez, left, and Leo Messi celebrate the 2-1 victory over Bayern Munich in 2017.

It is fair to say that his injury problems were a factor in his departure from Barcelona.

During the 2017-18 campaign, Messi and the club were embroiled in an investigation over allegations of tax evasion.

“After two years of hard work, the club will be able to recover the lost revenue from Leo’s transfer,” said the club’s board.

“He will return to the Catalan club for a fresh start.”

Fernandez was also part of a team that won the 2017 European Super Cup, losing to Celtic 3-1 in the final.

Celtic were promoted to the top flight in 2018, but the side missed out on the Europa League in the Champions League.

Messi also missed the World Cup in Russia due to injury.

With Messi’s absence, the Catalan giants have had to rely on a more traditional side to replace him.

The signing of Luis Suarez has led to more creativity, with Messi scoring 23 goals in his first season with the side, despite missing the entire 2018-19 campaign with a knee injury.

The Uruguayan has scored seven goals and added five assists this term.

Ahead of next season, the team have already confirmed the signing of the club legend as captain, while they are also looking to bring in a new striker to replace Suarez.