FC Barcelona strikes back to repatriate Lionel Messi

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The future of Lionel Messi is still written in dotted lines today. One thing is certain, the Paris Saint-Germain striker will no longer play in Ligue 1 next season. Despite its impressive statistics, with 21 achievements and 20 assists in 40 games in all competitions, the Pulga experienced a complicated 2022-2023 exercise in the French capital. The 2022 World Champion has notably been whistled by the Parc des Princes on numerous occasions.

At the start, therefore, Lionel Messi has several leads for the rest of his career. Even if the Argentinian striker still hopes to return to FC Barcelona, ​​​​the Al-Hilal club has just offered him a golden bridge to join Saudi Arabia with the biggest contract in history, as we let you know this Monday. La Pulga would indeed have a contract of 1.2 billion euros over 2 years, or 600 million euros per year! But the Catalan club has not dropped the case since the leaders have just counter-attacked according to giants.

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A new informal proposal

While the last revision of the viability plan took place with LaLiga, 40 million has been forgotten according to the Spanish outlet, who claim the news has made the Messi clan nervous. Despite this, FC Barcelona would have sent a new informal proposal to its former player in order to return to the race and repatriate the Argentine genius to Catalonia during the next summer transfer window.

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A meeting is also scheduled tomorrow or the day after tomorrow between the Catalan club and LaLiga to discuss the viability plan again, according to the latest indiscretions from our Spanish colleagues. Despite this, the leaders of Barça are not yet completely confident about the outcome of these negotiations, just like the father of Lionel Messi. The bridge leading to Saudi Arabia seems stronger than the one to Catalonia. The ball is in the feet of the Pulga and her clan. To be continued…

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Source: Foot Mercato : Info Transferts Football – Actu Foot Transfert by www.footmercato.net.

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