But Inda claims there’s just a ’10 per cent’ chance the veteran will decide to remain at the Nou Camp, especially with the club in crisis.
Meanwhile, Ronald Koeman has opened up on his Barcelona talisman – insisting he’s never been critical of Messi during his reign.
“When I spoke about the experienced players I was not talking about him,” he said.
“He keeps scoring lots of goals. It’s the others that have to start making a difference, not Messi. He is already making a difference and he did it again in this game.
“Everyone could see that we lacked intensity in rhythm in the first half. It’s a good thing that as the captain Messi demands more intensity.”