Leo Messi's wife Antonella has posted a story on her Instagram of the pair having lunch somewhere on the beaches of Catalonia. It turns out that the place is called Chalito, and Messi and Luis Suarez used to go there quite often. Antonella even tagged Suarez and his wife with a "Miss you" caption.
Chalito is by no means an expensive restaurant for the super-rich, it falls into the mid-range category on TripAdvisor. It even has a few bad reviews. TripAdvisor user Monica G rated it at one star as they were displeased with both the service and the food, saying they might not visit the local again. However, the rest of the reviews are overwhelmingly positive.
The reason why Messi loves this place could be their GOAT salad. However, it's not GOAT as in Greatest Of All Time, it's GOAT as in the actual animal — they have a salad with goat cheese.
Now on to what Messi is drinking, as Twitter user BorowskiChuck asked.
Leo is most likely drinking Schweppes Lemon. Chalito have the drink on their menu and it's the only can that looks like the one in front of Barcelona's captain.
This, once again, confirm the rumour about the Argentine loving soft drinks.
Messi seen relaxing in beach bar owned by Luis Suarez ahead of Atletico clash
The Argentine's wife posted an Instagram story with Leo.
"Miss you," Antonella wrote, tagging Luis and his wife.
Messi hosts meal at home for Barca players to lift spirits ahead of Atletico clash
Leo Messi organized a meal at his house in order to celebrate the Valencia win and discuss the upcoming clash against Atletico Madrid, Diario Sport report. It's said that all Barcelona first-team members attended it, although it's unclear whether the coaching staff was invited.
Messi is reportedly heavily involved in the first-team dynamics and is dead-set on winning the league title.
Diario Sport add that Barca's squad is more united than ever, crediting Ronald Koeman for being able to bring the player closer together.
It's difficult to say when was the last time that the Blaugranas attended such an event. Team barbecues were regular occasions during Tata Martino's days but they've become much rarer since then.