Leo Messi is reportedly on the Manchester City agenda. According to 'The Times', his signing is a priority. The newspaper revealed the supposed plan that the English club have in store for '10'. He would be offered a contract for 10 seasons and the opportunity to be a world ambassador for City Football Club.
Robert Lewandowski spoke to 'AP' after being nominated for an award. The Pole was asked if he plans to retire at Bayern Munich. He recalled that he has two and a half years left on his contract and said he had not considered what he would do beyond that date.
Pablo Zabaleta, who coincided in his day with Leo Messi in the Argentine national team, spoke to 'Radio Marca'. He believes that the '10' "is not going through a moment of happiness" at FC Barcelona. If he decides to leave, his compatriot would be thrilled to see him in Manchester City, the team he played for in his day.