The six-time Ballon d’Or winner has chosen to continue his career at the Parc des Princes after a 21-year spell at Camp Nine.
Lionel Messi has officially joined Paris Saint-Germain on a free transfer following his departure from Barcelona.
Messi has pledged a two-season deal at the Parc des Princes with an additional one-year option, and will reportedly earn 35 35m (m 30m / m 41m) a year in wages with the French giants.
Barca sent shockwaves through the football world when he announced that he could not afford to re-register the 34-year-old winner, and PSG has stepped in to secure the services of the six-time Ballon d’Or winner. ۔
Why did Messi leave Barca?
Messi’s next move has been the subject of heated debate since he applied for a transfer to Camp Nou at the end of the 2019-20 campaign, with Manchester City, Inter and Bayern Munich all linked to Argentina and ML. The potential change in S also did the trick.
Barca managed to persuade Messi to play another season, and after helping the club win the Copa del Rey under Ronald Koeman, he changed his mind about ending his 21-year career in Catalonia.
A well-documented financial crisis forced Blagrana to delay the formal announcement of a new contract for Messi, who agreed to stay on his books for another five years after becoming a free agent on June 30.
However, the proposal for renewal eventually. The rift was due to the fact that Barca had already exceeded La Liga’s salary.There is no choice but to confirm the release of your emotional captain at the emotional last press conference.
What will Macy’s bring to PSG?
The PSG have signed a man who will surely be remembered as the best player for the Camp Nou Turf, breaking his record of 772 goals in 778 appearances for Barca in the near or distant future. Not likely.
Messi helped Blograna win a total of 34 trophies, including four Champions League and 10 La Liga titles, having made his debut for the club in 2004 at the age of 17.
Argentina International’s extensive experience and appetite for large silverware can be invaluable for PSG as they bid for success on both the domestic and European fronts in 2021-22.
Head coach Mauricio Pochettino will be expected to return the Legal One title from Lille and take the club across Europe, with Messi having an open front with former Barca teammate Neymar and World Cup winner Kalyan. Prepared to complete three. Mbappe