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23 minutes ago, scratchdj said:

Messi has handed in a transfer request. If he does go on a free, I can’t imagine how much a club will be willing to pay him. What are the chances of him ending up in the Premier League? Or could we see him and Ronaldo in the same Juventus side?

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I hope not. The snivelling little shit will nick a bunch of Ronnie's goals. 

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Surely it's PSG, Man City or one of the Chinese clubs? No-one else has the money for him. 

 

As much as I'd love him to be in Juve's team alongside Ronaldo, with Pirlo trying to control both their egos, I don't think it'll happen.

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If Messi signed a 3-year contract, on wages of £600,000 a week, it'd equate to £93m, with no more outlay...if my maths are right. Clubs have done worse deals than that. This assumes that he triggers the 'free transfer' clause he apparently has in his current contract. Fuck-tonne of merch' opportunities there too, for whichever club he ends up at. Before anyone asks, I clawed £600,000 / week out of the air. No idea what his wages are, or his demands would be. If it's less, even better for someone.

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