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Tweets of the Week: Messi madness, Maguire verdict, Soccer Saturday crew SACKED

Here are the best football tweets of the week, featuring the recent developments in Lionel Messi’s bid to leave the Nou Camp, Harry Maguire receiving his sentencing in Greece, the beloved Soccer Saturday getting their marching orders, and more.

The world has changed so much since Messi first signed for Barcelona. 

How Twitter reacted to Lionel Messi’s transfer request

If he can’t sort out his contract issue with the club, who knows what lies ahead in his future?

It’s a global story, but you should always look for that local angle.

Five outstanding Messi stats from the 2019/20 season

The question is: where to next?

No matter what he decides to do next, he has the backing of his mates.

Messi fails to report for Barcelona’s pre-season training

Meanwhile in Manchester, Harry Maguire learned his fate in a speedy Greek court case. 

Harry Maguire found guilty on all charges in Greek court

The story took a lot of twists and turns. 

Wayne Rooney backs Maguire following conviction

The Man United captain will need to repair his reputation.

Maguire claims he thought he was being ‘kidnapped’ while in Mykonos

At least his job is secure for now, unlike Phil Thompson, Charlie Nicholas and Matt Le Tissier at Sky Sports. 

The new panel will raise a few eyebrows. 

Pre-season has both started late and come around very quickly at the same time this year. 

So this is the fabled ‘United Way’.

Man Utd in ‘pole position’ to sign Donny van de Beek

Wigan Athletic have started a brilliant campaign to try and save their club. 

Patrice Evra does not look right in a number 11 jersey. 

This one cut me deep. 

The new Man City kit is… interesting.

The most underwhelming Premier League kits of the 2020/21 season

I have no idea what to make of this video. 

Chelsea spending spree to continue as Lampard eyes Rennes goalie

And finally, let’s end on a pun. 

Read: What Leeds United fans can expect from new signing Rodrigo

See Also: How Everton legend Neville Southall became a voice for the voiceless

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