Messi agrees terms with Man City as he could own part of CFG as compensation

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Barcelona are more closer to losing Lionel Messi after reports disclose the Argentine has agreed terms with Manchester City.

According to SunSports, Lionel Messi has agreed £623m Manchester City contract talks as he is expected to meet with Barcelona tomorrow to iron our exit plans.

Despite having threatened to sue the 33-year-old, Barcelona might be have no other option than agreeing to let go of their Talisman who has lost comfort in where he called ‘Home’.

The contract terms are believed to include Messi spending 3-years with former boss, Pep Guardiola before moving to MLS to join junior City side, New York City FC for the rest of the remaining 2 years.

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An unconfirmed paper claims a share of the City Football Group(CFG) could be offered to Messi as a compensation package.

Messi clearly doesn’t have just City as his suitor but the English side were handed major boost today when Inter Chief, Piero Ausilio disclosed his side has backed off the chase.

I don’t know where certain ideas come from,” he told Sky Sports.

“If we talk about Messi, there is no club that doesn’t want to sign him [but] the reality is different. In the market, we must be careful and smart.

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“We know what we have to do. First of all, the exits. Through these, we will finance the newcomers.

“The opportunities are few and the ones we can take are not so expensive.”

Lionel Messi will be the most paid individual in sport as he gets set to pocket £14,200-per-hour, £341,000-per-day and a whopping £10.4m-per-month.

It’s indeed a Record-shattering move.

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