August 7, 2021 || 10:02 am

PSG, City and other clubs are not thinking about Messi. But why?

Where will Lionel Messi go?

This question has been revolving since yesterday. Barcelona has announced his release. The new covenant no longer sees the light of day. In this, several clubs in Europe are supposed to move. Manchester City was one of the clubs interested in buying Messi.

 

City were the first to show interest when the Argentine star announced his intention to leave the club by bureau fax in August last year. For Messi, the English club is now more interested, as he is now a free agent. You can join any club if you want.

 

City, meanwhile, broke the record for most wingers in Britain to buy English winger Jack Grillish. According to the British media, the city has spent around 100 million pounds for this. After spending so much money, there are questions about whether City will spend a lot of money to buy Messi.

Messi has spent four years wrapped in gold at Bar্সa under City coach Pep Guardiola. With Guardiola now the city coach, it is natural to speculate about Messi’s chances of getting there. But according to the media, City does not want to go to war to buy Messi.

 

“We have spent ৪ 40 million on Jack Grillis,” Guardiola said, adding to City’s interest in Messi. I paid মিল 100 million and (the player sold) came to মিল 80 million. (Grillish) He will wear the number 10 jersey and we talked to him about it. Because, we thought Messi would stay at Bara. So at the moment he (Messi) is not in our thoughts. ‘

 

Meanwhile, sources told ESPN that PSG has shown interest in Messi. The French club has also contacted Messi about a possible transfer.

PSG chairman Nasser Al Khelaifi and sports director Leonardo Naki have also contacted Messi about the matter. The two have also talked about this with Messi’s father Jorge. However, if Messi comes to the French club, it could affect the future of Killian Mbappe.

 

Mbappe’s contract with PSG will expire at the end of next season. Then Real Madrid wanted to sign the French star for free. If Messi joins PSG, Real will have to move away from the hope of getting Mbappe signed for free.

 

 

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