‘God of football’ Lionel Messi (36, Argentina) is expected to leave Paris Saint-Germain (France) this summer.

Foreign media such as the BBC and ESPN reported on the 4th (Korean time) that “Messi will leave PSG after the 2022-23 season, when his contract expires.”

Messi, who surprised soccer fans around the world by leaving FC Barcelona (Spain) and making a surprise transfer to PSG ahead of the 2021-22 season, is expected to end his companionship in two years.

The BBC said, “Messi and PSG originally agreed to extend the contract for another year, but now neither the club nor the player wants to sign the contract.”

ESPN, citing sources, also explained that “Messi and the PSG club have agreed not to extend the contract.”

Messi, who originally signed a 2+1 year contract, was likely to renew his contract with PSG, but the situation has changed rapidly recently.

While PSG and Messi’s contract renewal was going through difficulties, Messi visited Saudi Arabia without the club’s permission and became controversial. It is known that the club, outraged by this, imposed a two-week suspension on Messi.

All competitions and training are prohibited for two weeks, and wages are not paid during this period.

With this decision, there were many local reports that Messi and PSG had virtually broken up.

ESPN said, “Messi’s absence from training has further complicated the relationship between the player and the club,” and “some players have also expressed dissatisfaction.”

According to the media, on this day, hundreds of PSG fans came to the club’s office and expressed their anger against Messi, Neymar and the PSG president. Some of them demanded that Neymar “leave the team” and cursed at Messi.

With the breakup with PSG becoming a fait accompli, attention is focused on Messi’s next destination. His home team, Barça, is hoping for Messi’s return, but the possibility is unlikely due to the recent financial situation. 크크크벳

The BBC said, “Both Messi and the Barcelona club want to return, but it seems difficult at a time when La Liga as a whole is facing financial difficulties.”

Saudi Arabia is the most active towards Messi. Just as Al-Nassar recently recruited superstar Cristiano Ronaldo (38, Portugal), Al-Hilal is aggressive in recruiting Messi.

The BBC said, “Messi received an amazing offer of 400 million euros (about 591.6 billion won) for a year from Al-Hilal,” and “Inter Miami of Major League Soccer (MLS) is also interested in him.”

Meanwhile, Messi played a respectable role with 31 goals and 34 assists in 71 games across all competitions as a member of PSG. This season, he has 15 goals and 15 assists in Ligue 1.

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