Although the CEO of the Italian club, Giuseppe Marotta, denied the intention of contracting Messi, and the talk of “Nerazzurri coach Antonio Conte” that “moving Milan Cathedral from its place is easier than contracting with Messi”, and Barca confirmed that the team leader will not leave Catalonia, a report of the Italian specialized newspaper La Gazzetta Dello Sport reports blasting all of this denial, exclusion, and assertions.
The newspaper revealed that “Inter” will offer to contract Messi for 260 million euros in 4 years.
If the Italian newspaper were to be approved, Messi’s net income would be 50 million euros annually, exceeding that of Juventus, Cristiano Ronaldo.
The newspaper added that Inter will also benefit economically from hiring the captain of the Argentine national team, which is one of the most prominent international stars in the history of football.
He states that in addition to all of the above, Messi himself seems not ready to leave the team with which he spent his childhood and youth and achieved his stardom, but money and Messi’s age may push the latter to leave.
Source: Italian press