According to reports, Leo Messi is willing to take a huge pay cut to help the club finance the signing of Norwegian Goal Machine Erling Halaand.
Barcelona are keen on bringing the youngster to the camp nou since last summer, but they couldn't meet Dortmund's asking price due to the effects of the Pandemic, which has economically affected the club.
🗣 [@BlazquezFont] | Leo Messi is willing to renew his contract with a pay-cut, with the idea that Joan Laporta is preparing a competitive team by signing figures of the stature of Haaland. The Argentine's priority is to fight for all the titles next season, via @Eurosport_ES.
It is already certain that Leo Messi would sign a contract extension at Barca, but will likely take a 50% pay cut, this gesture will help in the club's long plans of landing Halaand this summer by all means necessary.
Halaand looks like the Perfect Striker option for Barcelona. The youngster is vry prolific and rarely miss chances as well, he will be filling the void left by Luis Suarez when he left for Atletico Madrid last summer.
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