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Messi says wants to end career at Barcelona

lionel-messi-538278Lionel Messi, who made history Monday night by winning the FIFA Ballon D’or for a record fifth time says he wants to end his career at Barcelona.

Messi who does not want to quit Barca, says the Catalan side is the only club for him.

The Argentine has been with Barcelona since the age of 13 and has won a total of five trophies with the club in 2015, including the Champions League and Club World Cup, while he also guided Argentina to the final of the Copa America championship.

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Messi beat rival Cristiano Ronaldo of Real Madrid and team mate, Neymar Silva Junior to clinch the title.

He scored 58 goals in the 2015 calendar year.

Kally Lloyd of the United States won the Women’s Best player award

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Messi’s Coach at Barcelona, Luis Enrique won the best Coach award.

The FIFPRO Eleven, a selection of the best eleven football players in the world, is dominated by players from the Spanish la Liga.

German goalkeeper, Manuel Neuer of Bayern Munich, Brazilian Defender, Thiago Silva of PSG and Frenchman, Paul Pogba of Juventus are the only players outside Spain in the team.

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Barcelona has four players in the team, Dani Alves, Andres Iniesta, Neymar and Messi.

And Real Madrid have the other four in Sergio Ramos, Marcelo, Luka Modric and Ronaldo.

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