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Messi blasts LaLiga in open letter over €700m release clause

Lionel Messi has hit out at LaLiga over the €700 million launch in his present contract with Barcelona.

Earlier this week, the Spanish league launched an announcement, insisting that any membership should pay the complete price for the 33-year-old.

Nonetheless, in a strongly worded letter from Messi’s father and agent, who held talks with Barca president Josep Bartomeu earlier this week, the participant’s camp claimed that the discharge clause is not relevant.

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“We have no idea which contract they’ve analysed and on what foundation they concluded that it could have an relevant ‘termination clause’ in case the participant decides to induce the unilateral termination of the identical, with impact from the tip of the 2019/2020 sports activities season,” it learn partially.

Messi’s letter famous that “as actually said in clause 8.2.3.6 of the contract signed between the membership and the participant, ‘this compensation is not going to apply on the termination of the contract by unilateral choice, efficient from the tip of the season 2019/20.

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“With out prejudice to the opposite rights which can be included within the contract and that you simply omit, it’s apparent that the compensation of €700 million, offered for within the earlier clause 8.3.5.5 doesn’t apply in any respect.”

Messi has been closely linked with a transfer to Manchester Metropolis.

However the former Premier League champions are unwilling to pay above €100m for the Argentina captain.

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