Friday Transfer News; Messi To Leave Barca, Chelsea to sign Man United Goalkeeper, Alcantara to Liverpool
Lionel Messi to leave Barcelona
Lionel Messi’s father Jorge has sent a letter to La Liga denying the interpretation that his son’s €700m Barcelona buyout clause still exists.
Lionel Messi’s father, Jorge Messi claims that, the clause, which Barcelona included in Messi’s contract as an insurance, expired at the end of last season.
If this is proven to be the case, then the Argentina international could leave the Camp Nou on a free this month, should all parties reach an agreement.
Chelsea to sign Manchester Goalkeeper
Chelsea are allegedly ready to sign Sergio Romero, who is allowed to leave the theater of dreams this month.
Frank Lampard has his eye on a new goalkeeper this summer to at the very least provide competition for places at Stamford Bridge. And he is expecting to sign Sergio Romero from Manchester United.
Thiago Alcantara prefers Liverpool to Manchester United
The Spanish talisman have been heavily linked to move to either Manchester United or Liverpool FC.
Manchester United were ready to sign the midfielder but the wages demanded by the Bayern Munich superstar was way bigger than what the red devils coach expected.
But Alcantara seems to prefer Liverpool to Manchester United and Liverpool is also ready to provide the player's needs.
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