Barcelona is already preparing for life after Lionel Messi and it is confirmed that a move will be made for Juventus forward Paulo Dybala
After a series of altercations with the club ‘s management, the six-time Ballon d’Or winner has been continuously linked to a move away from Camp Nou.
Messi, the Argentine superstar is said to attract Manchester City and Inter Milan if the La Liga side allows him to leave.
SunSport reports that the future of Argentina has split the Barca board with some behind the 33-year-old ‘s sale in a attempt to fund a team revamp.
The publication reports that Dybala is currently looking unsettled at Allianz Stadium as he asks them for an increased pay that will see him challenge Cristiano Ronaldo and Matthijs de Ligt.
If he continues to stay at the club after this season, he expects to gain as much as £260,000 a week.
The La Liga giants have now become number one goals for the 26-year-old if Messi wants to break his 17-year partnership with them.
Sources say the attacker cut short his summer break to hold critical talks last week with new Barca manager Ronald Koeman.