Manchester City could have matched Lionel Messi's £500,000-a-week wage and even his £80m signing-on fee, but affection and adulation meant he was only ever going to stay in Barcelona

When Lionel Messi signed his new Barcelona contract on Saturday it felt as though he was slamming the door shut forever on the Premier League.
However, all hope that he will one day grace English football should not yet be abandoned — it just won’t be as the marauding forward who has won five Ballons d’Or. 
Rather, it will be as Messi the midfielder, the veteran genius strolling through games but still being two quick for most of his opponents.
His performance on Sunday in Barcelona’s draw with Valencia was a reminder of the direction Messi’s career is heading. He was decisive as usual —... read more

27 November 2017 in Sport, Views: 34
Source: Daily Mail

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