Barcelona Captain Lionel Messi has agreed on a 5-year contract deal with Manchester City


Messi Transfer Deal

Messi transfer deal with Manchester City has been concluded and the Argentina star is ready to join the premier league side.

Firstly, the Argentine player is weak of the Spanish club’s failings in the Champions League and is excited to work under Pep Guardiola.

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Secondly, Signing of Messi will not be easy, the 33-year-old still had a one-year contract deal with Barcelona.

Thirdly, Manchester City has made a move for Lionel Messi with a release clause of £700 million on the player.

And City’s hope is that Messi will negotiate a deal with Barcelona,

Though he’s leaving the Camp Nou on a free transfer.

However, Manchester City has already agreed on financial terms with the Argentine.

Messi transfer deal with Manchester City

Therefore, Messi has agreed on a 5-year transfer deal with Man City worth £700m while £623m was the amount of his release clause.

Plus, Duncan Castle for daily record announced this in a statement.

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Meanwhile, he’s going to spend three years in the Premier League with City and the remaining two years with New York City FC.

Also, New York City FC is owned by City Football Group (CFG)?

Besides, It’s also reported that Messi could be offered an equity stake in CFG as part of his compensation package.

Again, this deal offered by Man City would solidify the six-time Ballon d’Or winner status as the best-paid footballer in the history of soccer.

Yet, he’s desperate to work under Guardiola again.

Reunion with Pep Guardiola

Furthermore, Lionel Messi thinks Guardiola took the best football out of him, and he wants to repeat that.

Nevertheless, the deal is solely on whether Barca will agree to let their prized asset leave the club for free this summer.

Still, President Joseph Maria Bartomeu speech about Messi transfer to Manchester City.

Anyway, According to Barcelona, President Josep Maria Bartomeu does not want to be remembered as the president who transferred Messi.

Finally, the Spanish club is in a debt but is there any point of keeping such a highly-paid player.

But he’s so desperate to leave the club to Manchester City.

Abolade Abdullahi

Abolade Abdullahi

Abolade Abdullahi is a journalist for express info news. He writes on sports and politics.

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