Reports have emerged that Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) have decided to let Lionel Messi go this summer.
The British daily Deerer reported exclusively on the 23rd (Korean time) that ‘Lionel Messi is leaving PSG at the end of this season when his contract expires’.
Messi wore a PSG uniform with a two-year contract in먹튀검증 the summer of 2021, when he was a free agent, and helped lift the Ligue 1 championship trophy, but did not help much in winning the European Champions League.
There are only two months left in the contract with Messi, but PSG does not seem to be in a hurry to extend the contract. As the owner of Nasser Al Kellafi sets the goal of making PSG financially sustainable and reveals a vision to nurture young and smart French talent rather than famous players, Messi’s chances of remaining are expected to be slim.
In particular, Messi’s parents, Barcelona, are hoping to sign a contract with Messi this summer, and the Barcelona club has contacted Messi and the possibility of returning to Camp Nou. Known.
The problem is Barcelona’s financial situation. Barcelona have to make huge financial cuts to sign a new player, but have agreed to a deal with Spanish international defender Martinez, who will become a free agent this summer, and have put Man City’s Ilkay Gundoando on the transfer list. In addition to this, he is aiming for Messi. It is known that Messi is willing to take a significant wage cut in case of a surprise return. According to Deerer, there is also a high plan to sell marketable first-team backup players such as Rafinha, Ansu Fati, and Ferran Torres among the first-team players to raise funds for transfers. Teenage midfielder Gabi is also known to have not been re-contracted yet, so speculation is rampant.
“Saudi Arabia’s Al-Hilal has also suggested signing Messi, but Al-Hilal is currently under investigation for violating the transfer clause and wants Messi to remain in Europe,” said Dermer. ‘ he wrote.
However, PSG is moving away from the ‘big signing’ strategy that it has been sticking to, and is focusing on the club’s future vision to broaden the path for young stars to grow into the first team. It is in the same context as the 17-year-old duo El Shaddai Bishabu and Warren Jair Emery in the quarterfinals of the European Champions League against Bayern Munich. PSG plans to focus on recruiting the most promising young players in Ligue 1 along with investing in the state-of-the-art training facility in Poissy, Paris, which will open this year, and focusing on nurturing the best young talent in Paris.