Sport: Ligue 1: PSG: Liverpool Star as Messi replacement?

Xavi sends message to Lionel Messi over Barcelona return

  Xavi sends message to Lionel Messi over Barcelona return Messi has underwhelmed at Paris Saint-Germain.Messi’s extraordinary 17-year spell at Barca came to an end last summer as he left the Spanish giants to join French club Paris Saint-Germain.

Salah is contractually bound until 2023 to Liverpool, on premature extension, both sides could not understand so far. Thus, the English club is probably unwilling to meet the salary expectations of the Egyptian national player. At PSG, on the other hand, he would be a player who would fit the marketing strategy of President Nasser Al-Khelaifi.

Lionel Messi steht noch bis 2023 bei PSG unter Vertrag. © Provided by Spox Lionel Messi is still under contract until 2023 at PSG.

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according to AS information could be the owner of Inter Miami, David Beckham, in summer trying to lure Messi with a lucrative offer in the MLS. A farewell to European football would be realistic anyway only after the World Cup in the coming winter. So Messi had said in relation to his plans, "After the World Cup, I have to reconsider many things."

A change could also be made more difficult by the fact that Mauricio Pochettino at PSG stands in front of the jump and a coach with other waywise Messi would probably help to return to old strength. However, in view of the upcoming jump from Kylian MB cape (21), Salah would also be a more helpful for PSG when Messi should decide to a whereabouts.

Viral clip of 9-year-old Lionel Messi comforting opponent after scoring hat-trick in final .
Lionel Messi is arguably the greatest player to have ever played the game. The Argentine has a record seven Ballons d’Or to his name following an incredible 17 seasons in Barcelona’s first-team. During that time, he scored 672 goals in 778 appearances in all competitions. But even before he signed for Barcelona at the age […]The Argentine has a record seven Ballons d’Or to his name following an incredible 17 seasons in Barcelona’s first-team.

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