The Barcelona super star has decided to move to Man City over PSG, as Messi’s father Jorge has informed Paris Saint German about the decision he made.
The French newspaper claims that PSG’s sporting director Leonardo made contact with Jorge Messi to inform him of the Ligue 1 champions’ interest in his son.
Inter ready to listen to offers for Vecino
Inter Milan are ready to offers for Martias Vecino, according to Calcio Mercato.
Antonio Conte has told the 29-year-old midfielder that he is no longer in his plans, and the Nerazzurri are now prepared to sanction his departure for around €20 million (£18m/$24m).
While Vecino only featured in 20 Seria A matches for Inter Milan in 2019-20, scoring twice.
Four Premier League clubs eager to sign Higuain
Report claim that four Premier League clubs are eager to complete the signing of Argentina striker Gonzalo Higuain.
As the 32-year-old set to leave Juventus ahead of next season, with West Ham, Fulham, Aston Villa and Newcastle all ready to sign Higuain.
Juve are planning to terminate Higuain’s contract a year before its expiry date, with new head coach Andrea Pirlo set to overhaul the squad after an underwhelming 2019-20 campaign.
Atletico set to re-sign Carrasco on permanent deal
The La Liga side, Atletico Madrid are set to re-sign Yannick Carrasco on a permanent deal, as the Dalian professional have agreed to sell the 26-year-old back to the Los Rojiblancos.
He is now set to sign a four-year contract at Wanda Metropolitano.
Carrasco left Atletico to undertake a new challenge in the Chinese Super League back in February 2018, but ended up returning to the club on loan in January.
Barca Star tipped for City move
Barcelona super start Messi sent shockwaves through the football world with the recent revelation that he wants to leave Barca.
The six-time Ballon d’Or winner having become frustrated with life at Camp Nou under the stewardship of Josep Maria Bartomeu.
While the former Liverpool man Jamie Carragher has said that he can’t see his old club going anywhere near wantaway Barcelona captain Lionel Messi, saying Manchester City is the only club the Argentine start can join.
The under-fire Barca president and his board members saw a vote of no confidence lodged against them on Friday, with the Catalan entrepreneur’s time at the top of the club’s food chain largely regarded as a disaster both on and off the pitch.