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WATCH: Messi spotted cycling through the streets of Barcelona



WATCH: Messi spotted cycling through the streets of Barcelona

Following reports, El Chiringuito TV has provided us with video evidence of Leo Messi’s weekend return to Barcelona. The Argentine was cycling back to his home in Castelldefels, a neighborhood outside of Barcelona, when they saw him.

Outside Messi’s house, in addition to the reporters, a fan asked for Leo’s autograph while sporting an Argentine jersey.

jhonsbenitez (Twitter): “He really doesn’t understand who he is. He still thinks he can go outside in a hoodie and be an npc lmao.”

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Fans reaction below:

PSGOgi (Twitter): “He’s dressed like Eminem ffs. 90 degrees outside and this guy is sporting a hoodie and a scruffy ass beard.”

LEONAT1ON (Twitter): “Imagine randomly seeing Messi cycle in ur street 😭”

Xtrafootball12 (Twitter): “At this rate, they will sneak into Messi’s bathroom too.”

Stevengems (Twitter): “He be like ‘y’all shut up, I’m just cycling here.'”

Messi attempted to conceal his trip to Barcelona, but the Spanish journalists prevented him from doing so. Leo left the El Prat air terminal through a secret exit yet Gerard Romero had the option to affirm his appearance at any rate.

A lot of people think that Messi is back in Spain to figure out how to get back to Barcelona. The Argentinian will be out of contract at the end of the season and Paris Saint-Germain has yet to agree to a new contract.

Barcelona are frantic to get him back, yet Barca Widespread announced that his visit may not be transfer related.

According to the publication, Messi is not in Barcelona to meet with the club or discuss a transfer. Instead, it is alleged that Messi is simply going to Spain to take advantage of his time off and enjoy it.

Source: El Chiringuito | Tribuna

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Fabrizio Romano’s insights on Modric’s impending transfer to Saudi Arabia



Fabrizio Romano's insights on Modric's impending transfer to Saudi Arabia

According to reliable journalist Fabrizio Romano, Luka Modric has not yet accepted the offer from Saudi Arabia to leave Real Madrid.

Despite earlier reports suggesting that Modric had informed Real Madrid of his decision to accept a €120 million offer, indicating his time in Spain was over, the situation remains uncertain.

Even if Real Madrid secures the signing of Jude Bellingham in the summer, there is still a possibility that Modric could continue his career at the club.

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Reports indicate that the 37-year-old midfielder has agreed to a one-year contract extension with Real Madrid after the World Cup, although the deal has not been officially signed.

Furthermore, certain sources in Spain are claiming that Modric’s intention is to retire at Real Madrid, suggesting that he may turn down the substantial financial offer from Saudi Arabia in favor of remaining at the club he holds dear.

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Chelsea fans shocked by Thiago Silva’s confirmation of Mount departure



Chelsea fans shocked by Thiago Silva's confirmation of Mount departure

Thiago Silva, the Chelsea defender, has seemingly hinted at Mason Mount’s departure from the club.

SportVectru understands that Mount, who has one year remaining on his contract with Chelsea, has reached personal terms with Manchester United, indicating a potential move to Old Trafford.

A social media news aggregator shared the news, capturing Thiago Silva’s attention. The Brazilian defender commented on the report using two crying emojis, which can be interpreted as an indication of Mount’s likely departure from Chelsea this summer.

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Chelsea is reportedly aiming to sell Mount for a fee of £55 million in the upcoming weeks.

Chelsea appears to be open to the possibility of selling Mason Mount during the upcoming transfer window, as the club may see the departure of several homegrown players.

According to talkSPORT, Ruben Loftus-Cheek is reportedly willing to accept a reduced salary in order to secure a move to AC Milan, potentially making him another player set to leave Chelsea.

Both Mount and Loftus-Cheek were present at Stamford Bridge for Chelsea’s final Premier League match of the season, a 1-1 draw against Newcastle. Loftus-Cheek received a standing ovation from the Chelsea supporters when he was substituted in the 60th minute.

Unfortunately, Mount was not able to play in the match due to a pelvic injury, and his last appearance for the club may have been in the 2-0 Champions League second leg defeat to Real Madrid in April.

Mount displayed signs of emotion as he applauded the fans while they made their way around the pitch at Stamford Bridge, suggesting a sentimental farewell.

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BREAKING: PSG Manager Confirms Lionel Messi’s Shocking Exit



BREAKING: PSG Manager Confirms Lionel Messi's Shocking Exit

PSG has officially announced that Lionel Messi will be leaving the club this month, marking the end of his time with the team.

PSG manager, Christophe Galtier, expressed his admiration for Messi, acknowledging him as the greatest player in the history of football.

Galtier also revealed that Messi’s farewell match at the Parc des Princes will be against Clermont.

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With his departure from PSG, Messi is now eligible to join another club starting in July. However, the decision on his next destination will depend on various factors, including his desired wages, bonuses, and potential add-ons.

Several clubs have been strongly linked to a possible signing of the legendary player. Barcelona, Messi’s former club, is among the top contenders to secure his return.

Al Hilal, a club based in Saudi Arabia, has also emerged as a potential destination. Additionally, Inter Miami from Major League Soccer (MLS) in the United States has reportedly made an offer for the 35-year-old football icon.

Messi concludes his time in Paris as a French champion, adding another accolade to his remarkable career.

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