Liverpool coach Jurgen Klopp warned Premier league clubs and Liverpool fans of the chances of retaining the tittle will take a serious hit if Pep side( Manchester City ) land Lionel Messi.
Manchester city are monitoring the situation of Barcelona superstar and are ready to pop in to agree Messi sterging of £1.4million a week, made up of salary, signing-on fee, bonuses and image rights.
The situation of Lionel Messi in Barcelona is not easy for City to prise him away.
Mean While Klopp said : “Lionel Messi would clearly help City and make it even more difficult to beat them, which was already very difficult to win against them.”
The FA cup winner Arsenal and the Premier League winner Liverpool faces each other today in a Community Shield game.
Even though the Liverpool boss still believe is not possible for the world best to depart from FC Barcelona.
Klopp said. : " For the English Premier League, it would be great to have the best player in the world in the League.
“I am not sure the English Premier League needs a boost but it would be, for sure.
“It would be interesting to see, as Lionel Messi has never played in another league other than Spain. so it will be great to see Lionel Messi in a different league.
"Football is different here. I would like to see it but I am not sure I will.”
When asked if Liverpool will sign the Argentina star.
He said, wow, Interesting? "Which team doesn’t want to have Messi in their team? But no chance.
“The price and weekly wages are absolutely not for us, so we don’t even have to start thinking about it!
“I have to be honest, It is clear, there is no chance for us. But he’s a good player, to be honest!”
It is yet to see if Barca will allow the world best to walk out for free as Messi’s representatives were in touch with Barcelona yesterday to request a formal meeting next week to discuss how he can leave the Catalan giants.
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