Sport Pep’s dad talks Messi to Man City rumors
Report claims Messi future involves Barcelona stay followed by Inter Miami
The club's presidential election saw Messi get a leader he likes and Barcelona has overcome a terrible start to the season and may just win La Liga. So there’s some logic in the latest from Marca in Spain, which says that Messi may sign for two more years in La Liga before moving to the United States as a sort of brand ambassador (that is likely still bossing games and taking some sort of plane with his face on it to away games. Everything in this parenthesis is hypothetical).
Pep Guardiola and Lionel Messi made magic together while at. The two were a part of many special matches and moments as a pair.
Given that last summer, Lionel Messi wanted to leave Barcelona, his re-linking with Pep athas been rumored on and off for the last 6 months. Despite it appearing that Messi will either return to Barcelona or leave for PSG, the rumors haven’t died completely.
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Pep’s father, Guardiola Sr, commented on his son’s potential reunification with Messi in an interview this week.
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“I have seen Messi play at the age of 12 or 13 for the first time in the mini stadium and I was already amazed at how he played for Barcelona B. He was extraordinary at that level. There are few [players like] Messi. I think Pep would not be displeased to have him at Manchester City.
“My son [and] Messi, he has always had him [Messi] as high as he would like to be, but today he is at Barcelona and “Josep” has “Barca” in his heart and he would never want to hurt Barcelona [by taking Messi away from them],
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The latestsuggest that Messi’s not in Man City’s plans and will instead sign a new contract at the Camp Nou.
Guardiola calls for Man City cool heads to see off PSG .
Pep Guardiola on Monday called on his Manchester City players to control their emotions if they are to reach a first ever Champions League final as they take a 2-1 lead into the second leg of their semi-final against Paris Saint-Germain. City came from behind with a stunning second-half performance in the French capital last week to take a giant step towards a goal they have been chasing ever since Sheikh Mansour's takeover in 2008 transformed the club's fortunes.