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The ultimate Messi souvenir

Limited Edition

This Barcelona away jersey was personally signed by Lionel Messi in an exclusive signing session in Barcelona on January 28, 2013.

In 2012 Messi scored a jaw-dropping 91 goals for Barcelona. His phenomenal goal scoring has taken him past 234 goals for the club, making him their all-time highest goalscorer at just 24 years old. In 2013, in this striking new shirt, he looks certain to surpass those feats and further cement his place in history as one of the best players the world has seen.

The jersey was signed on the back in black pen on the number and come in presentation packaging with an official certificate of authenticity featuring an image of Messi signing.


Esta camiseta de visitante del Barcelona fue autografiada por Lionel Messi durante una sesión exclusiva celebrada en Barcelona el 28 de enero de 2013. El delantero argentino anotó 91 goles durante 2012 y ya suma más de 234 goles con su club, convirtiéndolo

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