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The strong word is that Ralph Hassenhuttl’s number is almost up at Southampton. Safe to say the Austrian, the fourth longest-serving manager in the Premier League, would prefer a different fixture to act as the make-or-break game to decide his future than Saturday’s trip to Manchester City.

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Barcelona predict record revenues, rising profits
BARCELONA, Spain: Barcelona on Thursday forecast profits of 274 million euros (270.7 million dollars) this season and record revenues of 1.255 billion euros.“It’s a conservative budget,” Barca’s financial vice president Eduard Romeu said, as the club released figures for the 2021/22 financial year and forecasts for the current campaign.Barcelona said the revenue figure included more than 450 million euros from the sale of long-term television and other rights.The Catalans said in the year just ended they made a profit of 98 million euros after taxes, with operating income of 1.017 billion euros and expenses of 856 million euros.That followed two loss-making seasons during the Covid-19 pandemic.Barca said they were “back on the road to profit and looking to initiate a new virtuous circle.”The budget for next year predicts expenses of 1.065 billion euros, of which 656 million euros would go on the sporting wage bill.Romeu said salaries had been cut from 617 euros for the 2020/21 season to 518 million euros last season.New player signings and a lack of departures have led to expectations of an increase this season.“We were planning for a more significant reduction in the salary bill,” Romeu said, adding that even so, the club would be happy to take Lionel Messi back.“Messi is an asset for Barca and has the doors open,” Romeu said.“It is a matter for the sporting management and if the sporting management want it, we will get to work on that objective.”In the 2020/21 season Barcelona posted losses of 481 million euros and blamed them for not being able to renew their all-time record scorer’s contract, leading him to sign for Paris Saint-Germain on a free transfer.Romeu lamented that he had not been able to persuade other