Lionel Messi next club decided as Chelsea receive major transfer warning from PSG


Three Premier League sides are all battling to sign Chelsea winger Christian Pulisic, according to reports. The American is currently in Qatar with USA as he looks to send his country through the knockout stages and his performances have caught the eye already.

Pulisic hasn't been able to transfer this form for his club though and was angling for a move away from SW6 over the summer. Given that he is still on the books at Stamford Bridge the Blues may now be hoping to accrue as much money as possible should a deal come to fruition.

Chelsea handed Ronaldo warning by Messi

Lionel Messi has warned Chelsea that Cristiano Ronaldo may not be fit to do the job for Graham Potter as the striker becomes available on a free transfer. The 37-year-old's contract was terminated following an explosive interview with Piers Morgan and he is now free to join a club should an offer come. Chelsea have long been linked with being that club, especially after Todd Boehly met with Ronaldo's agent last summer.

In an interview last November, Messi made his doubts over Ronaldo's fit for the league though, saying, "United are a very strong team with great players. Cristiano already knew the club, but that was at another stage, and now he has adapted in an impressive way. From the beginning, he has scored goals as always and had no problems adapting.

"In the Premier League, it is not as good as we all thought, but it is a very difficult and even competition in which things take a lot of turns. After December, it changes a lot, and anything can happen."

Messi new club revealed

Messi is reportedly close to agreeing to join MLS side Inter Miami and will join the American side when his contract at Paris Saint-Germain expires next summer. The former Barcelona star signed a two year deal in Paris last year after leaving his boyhood club and is currently playing at the Qatar World Cup for Argentina, but decisive moves to secure his signature beyond this season have been made, according to The Telegraph. Chelsea have been linked with a move for the 35- year-old for several years but appear to have missed out on a chance to sign him.

Post a Comment