Originally posted by wbarenno:A 200 million offer for a 33 year old is obscene, don’t forget on top of that would be his wages which would also be obscene.
Signing Messi would promote city to the European elite gang though. Something I don’t think there anywhere near at the moment.Signing Messi would probably be more valuable to them then winning the European cup as regards building the brand. How much would they make back in sponsorship deals and shirt sales?
Impossible for a club to make money back on signing Lionel Messi through shirt sales. Messi on £100m a year. Clubs get around 7% commission on shirt sales. About £5. New club needs to sell 20m extra shirts a year to cover the cost of Messi. Barcelona sell about 2m shirts a year— Kaveh Solhekol (@SkyKaveh) August 26, 2020
Originally posted by Ricku2:[..]
Real Madrid appears to make 350 million in commercial activities. There's a lot of money to get there and having Messi on your side for sure will help a lot. I don't think money itself will be the biggest issue here, biggest challenge might be to fit it in with the financial fairplay rules. I also read something about a combined deal with New York City FC; 3 years (Man) City, then 2 years NY City.
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Originally posted by Welsh_Edge:Not sure how Low had a job after the WC but ok