PSG in the BID for Messi Is Lionel Messi going to stay with Barcelona, or will he leave?
The Argentine’s contract expires in June, and he has a slew of suitors.
Paris Saint-Germain seems to be considering a move.
TOP STORY – PSG BID FOR MESSI
According to TNT Sports, PSG is prepared to give Messi an “unbeatable” deal if he decides to leave Barcelona.
According to the paper, the Ligue 1 club will give Messi a two-year contract with a third-year option.
The club will try to persuade Messi that joining PSG will increase his chances of winning titles.
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- According to the Telegraph, United is still involved in reuniting Erling Haaland with Ole Gunner Solskjaer. Haaland, who is now with Dortmund, Molde player who played for Solskjaer as a teenager.
- According to the Daily Mail, Tottenham is looking at a pair of options in Celtic midfielder Ismaila Soro and Fulham center-back Joachim Andersen.
- According to Sport, Juventus center-back Matthijs de Ligt may be on his way to Barcelona. And though Villarreal goalkeeper Marc Vidal is also a possibility for the Camp Nou team.
PSG has tabled a pre-contract offer to Barcelona star Lionel Messi.
The French club is desperate to lure the Argentine away from Camp Nou on the 30th of June when his term expires. And they are willing to flex their considerable financial muscle to make it happen.
TNT Sports Brazil reports PSG has put a two-year offer on the table for Messi. The Ligue 1 club argues that the sum put forward is unrivalled by several other clubs, including the Catalans.
Also, PSG believes that their goals aligned with Messi’s desire to win the Champions League once more. As shown by their appearance in the final last season, and their outstanding run to the semi-finals this season.
Their interest in Messi is not fresh. But considering the fact, his contract expires in two months. The No. 10 has yet to react to Barcelona’s questions regarding his future. Barcelona’s Copa del Rey triumph and chances of winning La Liga Santander expected to convince him to stay.
Barcelona president Joan Laporta is desperate to retain the six-time Ballon d’Or winner and is currently in talks with the player’s lawyer, Jorge Messi.