Lionel Messi Does The Most Unthinkable In Favour Of Manchester City

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Manchester City are now confident about their chances of landing Lionel Messi without much worry about their wage bill.
Manchester City and Paris Saint-Germain are confident about their chances of landing Lionel Messi due to the 33-year-old’s eagerness to go away Barcelona.
After having spent 16 years at Barcelona, Lionel Messi’s time at Camp Nou finally seems to be coming to an end. Argentina endured a horrific last season as Barcelona went trophyless. To top that, they suffered an embarrassing and humiliating 8-2 loss at the hands of Bayern Munich, shortly after surrendering the La Liga title to their arch-rivals in Real Madrid. 

To sum it up, one can simply say that Barcelona isn't the team that we’re wont to seeing, a minimum of for now. Having said that, it must be mentioned that Lionel Messi hasn’t yet dropped the thought of leaving Barcelona as he still hasn’t opened contract talks with the Blaugrana. Caught Offside reports that the 33-year-old is prepared to scale back his astronomically high wage demands during a bid to hitch a replacement club. The 33-year old wizard with the ball earns an insane £750,000 pounds/week and has reportedly agreed to require a wage cut during a bid to enter a replacement club.
There are only two clubs that Messi has been linked to, since announcing his intention to go away Barcelona. Manchester City and Paris Saint-Germain are the 2 clubs. Only these two clubs can afford Messi’s wage bills and with some serious players in their respective squads, they will offer a winning project to Messi which is more reliable than what Barcelona has got to offer.
It is believed that Argentina is prepared to chop his wages to half the sum that he receives now but that might still make him the very best earner in Manchester City and can place him on an equivalent level with Neymar, should he plan to join PSG.
By the looks of it, Barcelona are getting to find it tough to win the La Liga this season, and a Champions League victory looks highly improbable. The Blaugrana seems to be headed towards another trophy-less season with the added risk of losing the simplest player in their club’s history.
Manchester City are going to be highly benefitted from Messi’s arrival as a Messi-Guardiola reunion has the potential to win the Champions League. Pep Guardiola has won two UCL titles so far and on both occasions, Lionel Messi was his go-to man. Moreover, with de Bruyne within the midfield, tons of creative play and link-up between Messi and therefore the Belgian are often expected which can boost the attack manifolds.

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