Messi’s move to Manchester City has just won a new episode. At least that’s what the English newspaper ‘The Times’ says, responsible for sharing the information that the City Football Group, owner of the club, would have offered the Argentine a 10-year contract and the title of ‘world ambassador’.
The player, according to the offer offered, will be able to play in the team led by Pep Guardiola and choose any of the eight teams led by the group, such as Melbourne City, located in Australia, and Yokohama Marinos. Regarding the negotiation of Messi being ambassador, the objective would be to use the image of the ace as a representative of the business institution.
Messi has obligations to Barcelona until June 30, 2021. Until then, information about his future is still uncertain. On Monday afternoon (24), the information given by ‘Sky Sports’ was that the Argentine athlete would not go to City due to his profile and age.