Speculations about Barcelona soccer star, Lionel Messi, leaving Camp Nou is in the air again.

Messi who displayed a superb performance for Argentina in the recently concluded South American Football Championship, Copa America, ended his wait for a first major international title.

The six-time Ballon d’or winner played a major role in the tournament as Argentina beat Brazil final last month, before clinching the title.

Messi, 34, dropped to the ground in joy at the full-time whistle and was swiftly mobbed by his team-mates, before being hurled in the air in celebration, as he finally claimed top-level honours with his country in his 10th major tournament.

Speculations on a move for the four-time champions league winner, has triggered the interest of some clubs in France, and England.

Manchester City is one of the clubs that football fans and enthusiasts hope the maestro will join, since Pep Guardiola, City coach is his former boss.

But the chances of Messi joining City has become a bit slim since Jack Grealish has made a record British signing from Aston Villa to City, while the move of Harry Kane is which started earlier, may still come through.

All of these developments might just be an impediment for the signing of the 10 time La Liga winner.

Another club that has developed interest in signing Messi, apart from City may just be Paris St-Germain next.