Most notably the next destination for Messi and Harry Kane, and the relegation of the English club .. the most prominent predictions for 2022

Most notably the next destination for Messi and Harry Kane, and the relegation of the English club .. the most prominent predictions for 2022

Predictions about the future of football began during 2022, which will witness the start of the Winter World Cup for the first time in history, in the State of Qatar.

In this context, the English website talksport published some predictions regarding the sports arena at the global level, during 2022.

At the forefront of these predictions, and the most bizarre, came about the future destination of Argentine legend Lionel Messi and his departure from the French team Paris Saint-Germain.

The source said that Messi will leave PSG in the summer of 2022, as a result of his failure to adapt to the atmosphere in the French League, and leave a clear imprint, to embark on an adventure in the English Premier League.

However, the site did not reveal the identity of the English club, which will win the services of “Al-Barghout” during the coming period.

The second expectation concerns the Newcastle United team, which will spend about 100 million pounds to strengthen its ranks during the current January, but will most likely be relegated at the end of the season to the lower division.

And the third prediction made it clear that Manchester City would settle the deal to sign English international Harry Kane, the Tottenham Hotspur striker, next summer, after a long series of negotiations over the past few months.

The fourth prediction was that German Ralph Rangnick would take over as coach of Manchester United permanently, after the end of his term as temporary coach, amid expected great successes with the team.

And the last prediction announced that Manchester City remains the closest to winning the English Premier League this season as well, but it will find fierce competition from Liverpool in particular, while Chelsea will suffer a sharp decline in terms of results and levels.