Manchester City with giant bid for Lionel Messi

 
Manchester City with giant bid for Lionel Messi
The Spanish newspaper Sport reports that the blue part of Manchester is willing to put insane amounts of money on the table to get the Argentine superstar.

The newspaper reports that Manchester City owner Mansour bin Zayed Al Nayan, is willing to pay over 27 million euros a year to ensure Messis services. Today Messi earns around 20 million euros a year in Barcelona.

The same newspaper reports that Messi knows very well about the interest of the English club, and that the door will be open if he wants a transfer. It is only now these sums have been put on the table.

Barcelona however, aware of City's interest, is confident that Messi is going to reject City's offer, as he has done previously with both PSG and Chelsea.

City do not wish to enter into negotiations with Barcelona until the club has got the green light from Messi, if he is willing to move elsewhere, reports the newspaper.

Messi's negotiations for a new contract with Barcelona is not until next year. Thus there is lots of time for changes in the situation both for Messi and the English club.

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