Messi closer and closer to a return to Catalonia
Right now, all that’s missing is the signing of Leo Messi for his one-year extension with PSG to be activated. But this morning, the Spanish press is very confident about his return to FC Barcelona. “The dream» for everyday life Sport which shares a montage of Paris’ number 30 with the Catalan club’s current jersey. What ignited the journalists? The latest statement from Rafa Yuste, vice-president of the Blaugrana who certified that La Pulga is in contact with his former club. Xavi also reacted to this topic which further fueled the speculations. For him, Messi’s return would be like Michael Jordan’s last dance. Finally, this morning Mundo Deportivo gives us some details on how Barça intends to agree with the world champion, financially. The club could offer the Pulga a salary that would not reach 10 M€ gross per season. But that’s not all. To compensate for theseweak» emoluments, the Catalan management would grant Messi a part of the income linked to the new sponsors, an incentive on the tickets sold for the home matches and another on the sales of shirts.
Chelsea will overtake PSG
The Blues want to continue to strengthen offensively, so they are working hard to convince Victor Osimhen to join them. They would be in pole position to secure his services according to theEvening Standard, doubling PSG and Manchester United. Chelsea have taken the lead in this matter thanks to the emotional, in fact Osimhen grew up idolizing the legend Didier Drogba. One of the few football shirts he had when he was yellow was a club shirt while growing up in Lagos.
Liverpool will shell out this summer
As can be read in the Daily ExpressJürgen Klopp has confirmed that Liverpool will spend a lot of money this summer, as they carry out a reconstruction “inevitable“. “After seven years, it was clear we had to do it“, did he declare. In the past, Klopp has repeatedly hinted that Liverpool would not enter the transfer race by spending over €100m on a single star, times have changed. When asked how much he plans to put on Dortmund’s table to sign Jude Bellingham, he replied that: “the club will spend during the summer, that’s for sure, but for whom, how much, that kind of thing, there’s nothing to say”.