City Gate is closed on MESSI MOVE
Many goose have concentrated since summer Manchester City is making another move for Lionel Messi Next year. But it now appears that “this door is closed.”
This is the word according Sky Sports. Spanish soccer expert Simra Hunter says she has “good authority from someone close to the situation” that City will walk away from the opportunity to deliver Messi for free at the end of the season.
Why did City feel cold towards perhaps the greatest player of all time? His age and salary.
Messi is 33 years old, and while he may be available as a free agent, the Barcelona mega-star is currently raking in around £ 89 million a season, which City does not want to be weighed down with after all.
Pep looked into Lukaku deal
Although it is said that City has been delayed due to the financial resources that contributed to the hiring of another top striker earlier this year.
The Telegraph Pep Guardiola says Pep Guardiola has considered making a game for Romelu Lukaku, whom you imagined would have seized the opportunity to catch him at Manchester United by joining his rival in the derby.
But Inter Milan’s evaluation made City end their interest, as the Italians wanted around 93 million pounds for the Belgian striker.
Entry is open to Ericsson Deals
Inter will not be as demanding as anyone imagining taking Christian Eriksen off his hands in January,
The Danish playmaker has floundered hard at the San Siro since moving from Tottenham last winter, and Inter CEO Bebe Marotta has admitted the club is ready to listen to offers.
He suggested that Manchester United could offer Fred in return For the 28-year-old, who can join Paul Pogba and Donnie Van de Beek on the bench.
The PREM pair may move for HENDERSON
United would have to come to The Case of Dean Henderson When the January window opens.
The goalkeeper envisaged his chances of sending David de Gea out of United’s goalkeeper, but his chances so far have been limited to symbolic appearances in the cup competitions.
With the European Championship approaching and the chance that Henderson would become England’s No. 1 in comparison to United’s first choice, the 23-year-old is said to be desperate to be away on loan again.
the sun He says Bournemouth has already submitted an inquiry about Henderson but the tournament does not appeal to the former Sheffield United member on loan. The same story suggests that Leeds and Brighton “may look at a bargain,” and the former is likely to take a step.
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