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Topic - Javier Faus
Barcelona will sell advertising on its shirts for the first time next season after reaching a five-year, 150 million euro ($200 million) deal with the Qatar Foundation.
Javier Faus, the vice president in charge of Barcelona's finances, said two weeks ago he didn't see a reason to extend Messi's contract.
Javier Faus, the vice president in charge of Barcelona's finances, said two weeks ago he didn't see a reason to further extend Messi's contract, which runs through 2018, after already doing so last year.