Messi signs a contract with PSG for two years, club confirms

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On a Tuesday after leaving Barcelona, Lionel Messi joined the Paris St Germain club with all the stars and he anticipates ending his career.

The club has stated in a statement on their website that the six-time Ballon d’Or winner for the finest player in Europe, Messi, has signed a two-year agreement with an option for a third year.

Argentina will contribute to a potent PSG assault, one of the top players of its generation, including Brazil’s Neymar and Kylian Mbappe, the French World Cup winner.

PSG quoted Messi stating, “I am looking forward to starting the next chapter in my life with Paris-Saint-Germain.” “I want to assist the club and the fans construct something exceptional and am looking forward to the Parc des Princes pitch.”

With its 672 goals, the acquisition of Barcelona’s record scorer is boosting Qatari’s chances to win for the first time the renowned, expensive European Champions League.

“He’s made no secret of his will to keep competing at the greatest level and won trophies, and of course we want to do the same as a club,” said PSG President Nasser Al-Khelaifi.

After the heavy debt Catalan club showed that it could not afford to keep him due to La Liga’s financial fair play rules, PSG spent a little amount of time targeted Messi.

The club’s Parc des Princes stadium was crowded with supporters singing and smoke flares.

“It will be mad. It will be mad. After all, there’s a legend “Florent Chauveau, said supporter.

Messi landed in Paris earlier in the day by private plane with his wife and three children, gathering outside the airport, waving for hundreds of supporters and whisked them out to a private medical hospital. He waved to dozens of supporters who had gathered under his hotel room’s balcony.

FROM TEARS TO SMILES

Two days ago he cried out for his boyhood crew and informed them that he had to leave like ‘a bucket of cold water spilled over me.’ Only two days ago Messi had wept.

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Lionel Messi will be wearing the number 30 jersey for PSG. Photo: PSG Twitter

But, despite the heavy investment by Qatar Sports Investment, he stated he wanted to continue competing and still had dreams to win another Champions League trophy.

Neymar and Mbappe have already been two of the most expensive soccer players in history and Messi may emulate the endless triumphal victory he created with Neymar and Luis Suarez in Barcelona with Mauricio Pochetino’s PSG lineup.

Messi will wear the 30th shirt, the club’s entitled “a new diamond in Paris,” in a Twitter feed video.

Messi, who won four Leagues of the Champions and ten domestic titles with Barcelona, joins many others who will come to PSG this summer for a free trip.

Defender Sergio Ramos of Spain has no longer been sought in Real Madrid, midfielder Georginio Wijnaldum of Netherlands, and Gianluigi Donnarumma, who won Italy’s Euro 2020, has also entered into his contract with AC Milano.

The arrival of Messi, the most lucrative in world sports, whose final contract with Barcelona amounted to €555 million ($650 million) is also certain to spark renewed controversy about the UEFA regulations for financial fair play.

With 2009, in the interest of limiting the power of free-spenders to buy success, the European Football Governing Authority imposed guidelines, but its success is controversial.

The star power of Messi, who has 245 million Instagram followers, is great news for League 1 as broadcasters struggle over the price of their TV rights which are essential to club budgets.

 

 

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