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Lionel Messi News-: Messi has already signed a new deal with Barcelona- Tebas

Lionel Messi News-: Messi has already signed a new deal with Barcelona- Tebas

 

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 Lionel Messi News confirmed that La Liga president is voiced that the Barcelona superstar Lionel Messi has already signed a new deal with the Catalan giants.

Javier Tebas the president of La Liga confirmed that the Barca superstar Lionel Messi has already renewed his contract with Spanish giants.

Lionel Messi news says that the contract of the Barca star is the subject of speculation as his current contract with the Barcelona side will expire in 2018, a month of June.

If he has not signed a new deal with the Catalan giants then Messi can join to a new club after the end of this season and rumors are there that after the end of this season Lionel Messi can join his former Coach Pep Guardiola at Manchester City.

But the La Liga president is confident that after the end of this season Lionel Messi is not going anywhere as he is informed by the club that they had signed a new deal with them.

Tebas said: "Messi has a contract which has been renewed,"

"Contracts are official when they are signed and not when it is announced that they have been signed.

"Messi has signed with Barcelona, if I have not been lied to, he has signed."

 

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