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Lionel Messi Sets to Play Alongside Ronaldo

by Mustapha Olamide
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Lionel Messi connected with a move to join Juventus this late summer. Reports guarantee Andrea Pirlo needs the Argentine to accomplice his adversary Ronaldo in his new group.

Messi has disclosed to Bracelona he needs to leave after beat down with the club authorities. Lionel Messi could at last play along with Cristiano Ronaldo without precedent for history as Juventus have presented an offered for the Barcelona star, reports guarantee.

The pair have won 11 Ballon d’Or awards among them and have broken all records in the football game.

Messi and Ronaldo made some extraordinary memories together while the Portuguese star was a Real Madrid player. And they scored numerous goals in the Spanish topflight division.

As indicated by French news source, Juventus new coach is looking at Messi matching up with Ronaldo next season.

Read more: Gary Neville believes Messi won’t leave Barcelona.

Man City are the club right now driving in the race to sign Messi after the Barca star presented an exchange demand that he needs to leave the club. Bury Milan, Paris Saint-Germian and Manchester United are other top European clubs that have demonstrated enthusiasm for the 33-year-old.

Things started to get monstrous when Barcelona dumped out of the Champions League by Bayern Munich with a 8-2 whipping. Quique Setien and sporting director Eric Abidal got sacked while Ronald Koeman was acquired as new the new coach.

It is perceived that Neymar has urged PSG to sign L. Messi and end his over 20 years of association with La Blaugrana. The Barca board gave an exchange demand as of late and top clubs including Manchester City, Inter Milan, and PSG have been keen on the Argentine.

It is no more news that Messi needs to leave the Camp Nou following 17 years of dynamic support of the Catalonia based club. What’s more, City have become top picks to sign the 33-year-old who is eager to rejoin with his previous supervisor Pep Guardiola.

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