Messi has announced his retirement from international football.
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The acting head of Argentina's FA, Armando Perez, insisted he would do all he could to lure Lionel Messi out of international retirement during an upcoming visit to the Barcelona superstar in Spain.Perez is also due to meet Sevilla coach Jorge Sampaoli, the man who led Chile past Argentina to their maiden Copa America title a year ago and is AFA's "No. 1 candidate" for the vacant manager's role.Sampaoli, 56, joined Europa League champions Sevilla last month after replacing Unai Emery and the club have ruled out the Argentine's departure or any job-sharing arrangement.He has a 6 million euro release clause, although Perez conceded the AFA didn't have the funds available to buy Sampaoli out of his contract.
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