The journalist Christian Martin revealed for ESPN revealed details of the movements of the market, the pair Sergio Kun Agüero and Lionel Messi is contemplated in the FC Barcelona or in Manchester City for the next season. The journalist analyzed the different possibilities, but also added a new protagonist: Josep Guardiola.
The City forward had a difficult year with the team after several injuries and poor continuity. After the return of Joan Laporta to the presidency of the Barcelona club, this possibility began to be considered. In the event that Pep Guardiola is crowned champion of the Champions League, there could be the option for FC Barcelona to pass a proposal. Although the coach renewed with the team, if he won the tournament, he would close an important cycle in the team.
"Our priority is for Barça to be economically sustainable again. That is why we have prepared a crash plan and we will create new sources of income. We will do it with respect, but with courage ”, expressed Laporta in his presentation. However, one of the new president's priorities will be to keep Messi in the Barça team, as he reiterates in each speech.
"I will face situations, such as trying to convince Leo Messi to stay. I will do everything I can. He already know it. Whatever he does, it will be fine, but we will try to make him stay because he is the best in history ”, he remarked. The local press assures that Laporta's plan involves strengthening the team, from the coaching staff to his teammates. Kun appears as one of the options, but also the fight to bring in stars like Erling Haaland.
Finally, he referred to the current club coach
However, regarding the Dutchman, he said: "Ronald, you know that you have the confidence of the new Board of Directors,". What would mark another point of view in the Guardiola case. When he was rebuked in this regard, Ronald Koeman has referred to his contract and his responsibility in the day to day in the team. Although it has an apparent endorsement of the directors, its future is uncertain for some sector of the press.