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MAN. CITY boss GUARDIOLA: "I'd like Messi to end his career at Barça"

20.11.2020 16.39 by Claudio Colla  read 315
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Addressed with rumours linking Manchester City to a new Leo Messi market approach, Citizens boss Pep Guardiola, fresh from deal renewal, stated: "I'm grateful for everything Barça, as a club, did for me. And that's why I wish both Messi and Blaugrana for the former to end his career wearing that jersey, as I told more than once. I'm saying it as a Barça fan first, though I really don't know what's boiling inside Leo. Anyway, there's plenty of time before next summer transfer market".

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