With Lionel Messi's future at FC Barcelona still unresolved, where the Argentine will play next season has reportedly already been decided.
The 33-year-old is yet to extend his stay with the Catalan giants amid heavy speculation linking him with Paris Saint-Germain and Manchester City, but that could all be sorted out soon.
According to football journalist Christian Martin, Messi will renew his contract with the Blaugrana before June, signing on for an additional two years at the Camp Nou.
His current deal in Spain expires at the end of this season, after which the six-time Ballon d'Or winner would be able to leave his boyhood club as a free agent.
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Since the turn of the year, however, the forward's incredible form has led many to believe he will choose to stay at Barcelona instead of seeking a high-profile switch to another European giant.
The proposed contract that has reportedly been drafted already would contain a significant wage cut, with Messi said to understand that the financial situation the club is in means he cannot be given astronomical wages going forward.
Barcelona do ultimately want to offer Messi a lifetime deal, but it is unlikely that the Argentina captain will commit to a long-term contract considering what has happened in the past.