Lionel Messi purchased noisy neighbours house in Barcelona

By | February 28, 2022

Lionel Messi is without doubt one of the kindest players in football.

From paying medical bills to helping fund unabridged hospitals, the ex-Barcelona star has done more than his fair share of charity work.

Messi even opened his own charity, the Lionel Messi Foundation, which has been running since 2007.

Only that doesn’t hateful the PSG star is equally kind and forgiving to everyone in his life, as his ex-neighbours found out.

Back in 2017 the Argentinian’s Barcelona teammate Ivan Rakitic revealed that the winger one time purchased a neighbours’ business firm because they were likewise noisy for his liking.

The Croatian midfielder claimed Messi wanted to ‘be alone’ in the exclusive boondocks of Castelldefels.

Only with the amount of attention the superstar receives on a daily ground, y’all tin can inappreciably arraign him for wanting some tranquillity time when he’southward at habitation with his family.

The 34-year-old lived in the popular suburb of Castelldefels for many years, as did his teammate Luis Suarez.

The small town is around one-half an hour from Barcelona, so many footballers have chosen to live at that place in the past as it gives them a chance to avoid the hustle and hurry of the big city.

Ivan Rakitic was another of Messi’due south teammates who purchased a house in the suburb, and during an interview he spoke of the town, merely also let skid that the Argentinian had previously had issues with neighbours.

Rakitic claimed: “I did not have whatever problems with the neighbours, not like Messi in Castelldefels – he had to buy his house from the neighbours because they were noisy and and so he could be solitary.”

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Messi was allegedly offered the firm adjacent door to his ain when first moving in during 2013, simply turned down the opportunity.

Withal, the cash-strapped owners then chose to rent the rooms out separately, meaning strangers were constantly coming and going from the belongings.

According to Diario Gol, a Spanish news outlet, the new tenants were ‘nosy, rude’ and ‘played loud music’ resulting in a feeling of ‘unease’ for Messi and his family.

Initially the PSG winger built a large diving wall between the two properties, simply after a complaint was made, it was discovered that the structure did non comply with the local building regulations.

Who is this former Champions League centre-back?

So what is the side by side logical step? Well, to simply purchase your neighbours’ holding… obviously.

While having issues with your neighbours is a problem many people have faced, it’due south certainly a novel manner of dealing with it.

Let’southward merely hope Messi’due south new neighbours in Paris don’t upset him.

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