Juventus, one of the most successful clubs in Italian football history. At is at risk of missing out on the signing of Barcelona attacker, Lionel Messi. The Argentine international is one of the most sought-after players in the world, and. Juventus has been linked with a move for him for several months now. However, the club is facing stiff competition from other top teams, and it seems that they may not be able to secure his signature.
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The situation surrounding Messi’s future at Barcelona has been the subject of much speculation in recent months. The Argentine has reportedly grown frustrated with the club’s management and has expressed his desire to leave. This has led to a number of clubs expressing their interest in signing him, including Juventus, Manchester City, and Paris Saint-Germain.
Juve has been one of the most active clubs in pursuit of Messi. The club has reportedly offered Barcelona a large sum of money for his transfer, as well as a number of players as part of the deal. However, it seems that Barcelona is not willing to let Messi go easily, and they are holding out for a higher transfer fee. This has put Juventus in a difficult position, as they may not be able to match the demands of Barcelona.
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One of the biggest obstacles for Juve in their pursuit of Messi is the competition they are facing from other top teams. Manchester City, in particular, is a major rival for the Argentine’s signature. The club has a strong relationship with Messi’s agent, and they are reportedly willing to offer him a higher salary than Juventus. Additionally, Manchester City has a more competitive team than Juventus, which could be a deciding factor for Messi.
Another obstacle for Juve is the financial situation of the club. The Italian club is currently facing a financial crisis due to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. They have been forced to sell several of their top players to balance their books. Which has left them with less money to spend on new signings. This could make it difficult for them to match the transfer fee and salary demands of Barcelona and Messi.
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