Mario Gotze reveals his ‘dream’ to play with Lionel Messi in Barcelona

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Mario Gotze reveals his ‘dream’ to play alongside Lionel Messi at Barcelona as the former Bayern Munich star insists he has not given up hope of returning to the Champions League after taking shape in the Netherlands at PSV .

  • Mario Gotze revealed his dream is to play with Lionel Messi for Barcelona
  • The former Bayern Munich midfielder is currently playing for PSV
  • The German has had a tough career since he scored the 2014 World Cup winner

World Cup winner Mario Gotze has revealed his dream is to play for Barcelona alongside Lionel Messi.

The former Bayern Munich midfielder, who currently plays for PSV, explained that he wants to return to the Champions League after leaving Borussia Dortmund on a free transfer in October 2020.

And the playmaker has taken off in the Eredivisie with five goals and five assists from 17 eague games.

PSV star Mario Gotze has revealed his dreams of returning to the pinnacle of European football

PSV star Mario Gotze has revealed his dreams of returning to the pinnacle of European football

The German playmaker said his dream is to play alongside Lionel Messi in Barcelona

The German playmaker said his dream is to play alongside Lionel Messi in Barcelona

The German playmaker said his dream is to play alongside Lionel Messi in Barcelona

But it was not always easy for the German. Gotze has struggled with injuries and suffered from a metabolic disease that has caused his career to deteriorate since scoring the 2014 World Cup winning goal.

The 28-year-old still has the fire in his stomach to return to the pinnacle of European football, revealing his goal of making it to the Nou Camp and playing with six-time Balon d’Or winner Lionel Messi.

‘To celebrate possession of the ball with this [Barca] team, next to Lionel Messi, that would be a dream, ”Gotze said 11friends.

The 28-year-old has had a tough career since scoring the World Cup goal in 2014

The 28-year-old has had a tough career since scoring the World Cup goal in 2014

The 28-year-old has had a tough career since scoring the World Cup goal in 2014

“I want to play the Champions League again.”

The German did explain that he is ready to commit his future to PSV after his current contract, which expires in 2022, but insists he will only do so if head coach Roger Schmidt stays.

“If Roger wanted to leave, I’d be worried,” he said. “We have agreed with PSV that we will take a special offer.”

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