The Argentina international and FC Barcelona’s star forward could miss the Argentina’s world cup qualifiers against Uruguay and Venezuela as the Spanish club FC Barcelona recently confirmed on Monday that the star forward has a sore left hamstring.


After reconsidering his retirement from the Argentine national team, the forward was supposed to travel to the homeland Argentina for the World Cup qualifiers.

But the 29-year-old underwent tests at the club on Monday after ending the 1-0 La Liga win against Athletic Bilbao discomfort ably.

And the club confirmed that little magician has a sore left adductor muscle, the club has also confirmed that Messi will travel to Argentina to join the national team and possibly could play the matches it will be all depends on his injury.

As the club said in a statement, “Tests conducted today have confirmed that Lionel Messi has a sore left adductor muscle. Both the Medical Services of FC Barcelona and the AFA have agreed on this report.

"The player will travel to Argentina to join the national team and the evolution of the discomfort will decide his availability to play in the games scheduled."

On the other side, the Argentine Football Association confirmed on Monday that Messi’s fellow forwards Sergio Aguero and Javier Pastore were both injured and will not play the Argentina’s World Cup qualifiers against Uruguay and Venezuela.