MU will end Liverpool’s top 4 hopes, Barca offers Messi a 10-year contract, and Chelsea focuses on buying Lukaku as the latest football news today, May 1.
MU will end Liverpool’s top 4 hopes?
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Liverpool went to Old Trafford to win against MU, a match in which Klopp ordered his students to win to raise hopes of earning tickets to the Champions League next season.
Solskjaer was asked before the match whether MU had the motivation to win to push Liverpool more poverty, the Red Devils captain replied: “We just thought about ourselves, how to win. What happens to Liverpool cannot be our concern.
During the season, you have the games you look forward to. Meeting Liverpool was one of the biggest games of the season, it doesn’t matter, it doesn’t matter whether we rank first, look, three or four. It was a big game ”.
MU is currently ranked 2nd with 67 points, 10 points behind Man City, while Liverpool is 6th, 4 points behind Man City.
Barca offers Messi a 10-year contract, the salary is reduced by 50%
|Messi cuts his salary by 50% if he stays in Barca, but he does not suffer financial loss due to a 10-year contract|
Deportes Cuatro provided new information on Barca’s renewal proposal for Messi.
President Joan Laporta was offered a 10-year contract with the Nou Camp legend, with a 50% pay cut from now.
The goal of the head of Barca is to both retain Messi and avoid the access of opponents with more money.
So, despite having to cut 50% from his current salary, Messi practically does not suffer financial losses due to the confidentiality of the contract term – which is supposed to last 10 years. That is, after the M10 hung up his shoes, he continued to be an ambassador for the club or participate in the management organization in Barca.
Chelsea is ready to spend bold Lukaku sign
|Chelsea determined that it would be more feasible to buy Lukaku according to Harry Kane and Haaland|
Daily Mail announced, Chelsea may prepare to break a transfer record with Romelu Lukaku.
Inter Milan are not expected to consider any offer under £ 105 million for the Belgian striker.
Lukaku is currently in sublimation form this season, contributing 21 goals, 8 assists in 32 appearances in Serie A.
Bringing Lukaku back to Stamford Bridge is arguably Chelsea’s most realistic option as Harry Kane is unlikely to join the Blues, while the race to sign Haaland is tough.