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French Ligue 1PSG-Messi deal: Parisians come up with a new contract proposal following Barcelona's...

PSG-Messi deal: Parisians come up with a new contract proposal following Barcelona’s interest to re-sign Messi

PSG-Messi deal: In response to Barcelona’s interest in Messi, PSG has proposed a new contract. The French national champion intends to do this in order to stop the famous Argentine player from visiting Camp Nou again.

Through vice-president Eduard Romeu earlier this week, Barcelona did not completely rule out Messi’s comeback. Due to the dire financial condition, the 35-year-old left leg left last year, but it would now be “viable” to welcome the prodigal son once more. “He is a club legend, and this will always be his home,” said Romeu.

Radio station Cadena SER reports that same remarks have also received attention in Paris. According to reports, Messi has received an offer from PSG to extend his current contract, which expires in 2023, for the same remuneration (about 30 million euros year), with an option for one additional season.

PSG has serious plans with the PSG-Messi deal. As would be clear from the fact that Messi’s future is personally influenced by Nasser Al-Khelaifi, the club’s chairman. Barcelona and the businessman from Qatar have been at odds for a while. Al-Khelafi publicly stated his scepticism about the Catalans’ monetary policy earlier this week.

The PSG leader would likely find it difficult to handle if Messi returned to Barcelona after a two-year absence. The Argentinian is currently most likely to choose an adventure in Major League Soccer after this season. But all choices are apparently still on the table, according to Spanish media.

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