WILL MESSI LEAVE BARCELONA IN 2015?
Barcelona record goalscorer Messi has spent his entire career at the Nou Camp, winning a host of team and individual honours since making his debut in 2004. Now (Jan. 2015.), Messi is said to be growing increasingly unhappy at the Nou Camp amid reports of a fall-out with manager Luis Enrique and Manchester City and Chelsea are being linked with sensational moves for the Argentine superstar. But, it will take an astronomical sum in the region of €200million for a club to stand any chance of prising him away.
Enrique left Messi on the bench for yesterday's shock loss to Real Sociedad. And Messi reportedly demanded a meeting with both coach and board this morning to make his anger known. The superstar then refused to take place in Barca's open training, claiming that he was suffering from gastroenteritis.
On 6. Jan. 2015. "EhabAtari", the member of the Horary Astrology section of the Astrologers' Community forum, asked this question:
"Will Messi leave Barcelona in 2015?"
I cast the chart for the date, place and time when I understood his question:
After looking at the chart, I left this my prediction on the same day in the Horary astrology section of the Astrologers' Community forum.
As you are Messi's fan, Messi is represented with 1st house ruler (because querent strongly identifies with him), Mercury in fixed sign, so it is unlikely that he will leave Barcelona, because the ruler in the fixed sign shows stability, solidity and tendency not to make any changes. His present job is represented by Saturn. Interesting, Mercury (Messi's ruler) is in Saturn's sign, triplicity and term, so that means Messi likes his present job, so he has no motive to leave it.
His next job is represented by the ruler of the 2nd sign in the 10th house - that is Jupiter rx. We do not have an unobstructed applying aspect between rulers, Mercury and Jupiter rx, so that is NO answer to your question!
On 28. Dec. 2015. on the http://www.goal.com website you could read the following:
"Manchester City have launched a mega-money offer to lure Lionel Messi away from Barcelona."
The report claims that City’s representatives have told Messi that he could earn €27 million (£20m) per season, which eclipses the €20m-per-year deal he currently earns with the Spanish champions.
While Barcelona are not planning to hold new contract talks with Messi until next season, the club are confident that the Argentine will reject the offer, as he did with both Paris Saint-Germain and Chelsea in the past."
Note: This is my prediction with the longest interval (ONE YEAR) before it became known that it is correct!!
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