Lionel Messi gets ‘concrete and official’ proposal from Man City owners

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Lionel Messi gets ‘concrete and official’ proposal from Man City owners

Lionel Messi has reportedly received what has been described as his only ‘concrete and official’ offer, from the owners of Manchester City, as per calls from France.

Following Thursday’s shock announcement from FC Barcelona that stated the Argentine football legend would not be returning to the Camp Nou this summer, speculation surrounding his future this summer has increased.

Over the past 24 hours, connections to the likes of Manchester City, PSG, moves back to Argentina, and even transfers to the MLS have been rife – notwithstanding the former of the aforementioned clubs seemingly removing themselves from the situation very early on.

Moments after the official club statement from the Camp Nou, Pol Ballus of the Times stated that Manchester City would not be joining the race to sign Lionel Messi this summer – despite their strong interest last summer.

A huge claim from France has alleged that City Football Group, the parent company behind Manchester City and several other clubs around the earth, have made an opening contractual offer for Lionel Messi.


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As per an independent report from Le10Sport, Messi has so far received only one ‘concrete and official’ offer – and this has come from the City Football Group, who have made the ‘firm proposal’ to Lionel Messi and his entourage.

The report continues by alleging that their sources have revealed that the player has been awarded a three-year deal: The first two years being at Manchester City, with the final year at fellow City Football Group side, New York City in the MLS.

This still seems very hard to gather at this stage.

In the hours running up to the report from France, several of the more reputable sources for Manchester City news over in England have denied the idea that the Premier League champions could make a move for Lionel Messi.

This summer, the focus still seems to be very much on Harry Kane of Tottenham, with Daniel Levy and co still holding out for a transfer fee in excess of £140 million – despite the England skipper attempting to force his way out of London towards the Etihad Stadium.

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