Chelsea face administration, John Terry takes on BID, bidder Nick Candy EXCLUSIVE, Havertz’ gesture

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Lionel Messi is reportedly set to stay at Paris Saint-Germain at the end of the season despite talking about Barcelona return.

Messi has been struggling for goals and was knocked out by Real Madrid in the second round of the Champions League.

However, according to Marca, Messi will stay at PSG beyond the end of this disappointing season.

After leaving Barca emotionally last year, he signed a two-year deal with Mauricio Pochettino’s side.

And he is expected to finalize his contract with the club, although there is currently no option for a further year.

Meanwhile, Chelsea will pull Reece James out of the England squad through injury – leaving Luke Shaw as the sole specialized full-back.

Blues boss Thomas Tuchel announced the news after his side secured a place in the FA Cup semi-finals with a 2-0 win over Middlesbrough on Saturday.

He said: “The recommendation is that he doesn’t go.

“He is still in individual training otherwise we would have brought him to Lille and we would have brought him here for sure.

“There’s no doubt about it. He still needs a week of rehabilitation and I think we can do a lot better than that.

“That’s not the job of the national team.”

Crystal Palace star Tyrick Mitchell is expected to be called up as his replacement.

In the transfer news, Aston Villa are reportedly in pole position to land Leeds’ Kalvin Philips.

According to the Times, Villa is willing to pay the Whites £60m for England and Ace.

And Steven Gerrard’s side plans to lure Philips with a huge salary, the Times claims. Chelsea face administration, John Terry takes on BID, bidder Nick Candy EXCLUSIVE, Havertz’ gesture


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