Lionel Messi Transfer News: A Look Back at the Top Stories of the Day

Lionel Messi’s €700 million release clause has expired at the end of the 2019-20 season and is no longer valid in his final campaign with Barcelona, according to Cadena SER. If any club wants to sign the Argentine, they will have to pay a sum much lower than the above-mentioned price. And if the two parties (Barcelona and another club) are unable to decide on a fee, the Spanish court will set a price.
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