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Just In: Messi Agrees to Sign a New Five years Contract With reduced Wage As Barça Confirms

According to the reputable news website 'Sport', Leo Messi and Barcelona have agreed on the extension of the Argentine striker's agreement. Evidently, the Argentinian has consented to reduce his present wage by half. The understanding would incorporate a five-year contract, which would imply that the skipper of Argentina would be 39 years of age. 

Thusly, Messi would have endorsed, at 34 years old, until 30 June 2026, if the understanding is satisfied, Messi would be 39 years of age. 

Arrangements between the sides are apparently at a high level stage and last-minute issues are precluded when the Copa America winner signs his signature on the new agreement. 

Furthermore, the previously mentioned media reports that the skipper of the Argentinian national team has acknowledged the conditions that Barcelona have offered to him, accepting that the club's monetary circumstance is not good and that he ought to be quick to be a good model, which is the reason he has consented to decrease his present wage by half. 

350 million euros of buyout clause

The news website 'Sport' additionally reports the measure of the buyout clause of Leo Messi's agreement, will increase to 350 million euros. 

Along these lines, Messi's legend will proceed in Barcelona with which he has played an incredible 778 matches and scored an exceptional 672 goals. The player from Rosario knows no other shirt as an expert player than that of Barcelona and the Argentina national team. 

Only 24 hours prior, Joan Laporta himself guaranteed to the media that Messi's Contract extension "is advancing admirably". The Barça president has consistently been quiet and hopeful about the extension of the Argentine star's agreement.

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