The city is still interested in Messi
Does Manchester City want Lionel Messi or not?

The word was on Monday City suffered from the cold towards the Barcelona star. Today, however, it appears that the possibility exists that Pep Guardiola will make a move to Messi next year.

ESPN Guardiola’s new deal puts City firmly in the driver’s seat if Messi seeks, as expected, to quit Barcelona next summer. City appears to realize that the reunion with Guardiola is appealing to the 33-year-old, after only six months the club prepared to do whatever it takes to close the deal.

The daily Mail It is also believed that City is still concerned that Messi last year came up with a 10-year plan to maximize the impact of the astonishing deal.

Greelech is Guardiola’s priority
The Independent They are more assertive about Guardiola’s desire to sign Jack Grealish.

The Miguel Delaney Story He claims that the villa captain is the most important target for a City manager this coming summer. Apparently, Pep Grealish sees a “high value buying” player – Not as buyable as it was earlier this year – Which was discussed by the city president at the level of the board of directors and With Kevin De Bruyne.

The Belgian playmaker is said to have given Grealish his support after describing the England superstar as “a player City should try to sign.”

However, Grealish will not be available cheap. A clause in the contract he signed with Villa in the summer stated that he would not be able to leave the club for less than £ 100m.

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Real exchange deal between discussions
Christian Eriksen is in a hurry to move. The Danish playmaker wants to quit Inter Milan The club will be more than happy to be awarded the exit.

Borussia Portmund has been mentioned as a possible destination before TMW, But Sky Germany He indicates that Eriksen may go to Real Madrid.

Apparently, Real Madrid has been in discussions with Inter about a possible swap deal that would see Isco go the other way.

Real is happy to let Isco go, as the Spanish playmaker has appeared in eight out of 10 La Liga matches this season, but has only started in three matches and has not shied away from the bench in the Champions League.

However, Real is said to be asking around £ 62m for Isco, which seems optimistic, while Eriksen’s value for Inter will be much lower.

Like The story is somewhat contradictory, as he said that Real had not received any offers for Isco, who has been linked to Arsenal and City. At this price it is not surprising.