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If it wants to leave the Barça

Ferran Soriano opens him the door of the City to Leo Messi

Published:19/10/2016 - 11:15h

Updated:19/10/2016 - 12:37h

The general director of the Manchester City, Ferran Soriano, repeated the same script that Pep Guardiola in press conference and affirmed that the English have not touched to anybody of the Barça. This yes, Soriano leaves the open door to Leo Messi if it decides to go out

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Pep Guardiola was conclusive in the previous press conference to the Barça-Manchester City affirming that it has not called to any of the mainstays of the Barcelona team for ficharlos. Although it left clear that Leo Messi would have to finish his career in the Barcelona picture, left the open door of the Manchester City to the crack rosarino in case that it prefer to change of airs. Something in what it insists the general director of the team "citizen" Ferran Soriano.

"The natural would be that Leo Messi finish his career in the FC Barcelona. If a day calls us, will open him the door immediately. The will decide, but that all the world have clear that will not call him", sustained Soriano in an interview conceded for the chain of radius "RAC1".

Therefore, Soriano refused of categorical form these informations that have gone appearing in the last months in different Catalan means on the intention of the City to do with players like Messi, Neymar, Suárez, Busquets or Iniesta. 

"We have not called to anybody of the Barcelona", exposed of clear form the director of the English team that, this yes, admits that the past summer "speak with the Barcelona, comment the situation and already is. Afterwards it arose the possibility of the subject of goalkeepers. The two wanted to play, could not be and arrive to an agreement with Bravo".

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