In Today’s Messi Transfer News Update ,we Are Covering The Headline That 3 clubs are preparing to sign Lionel Messi in the upcoming summer transfer window.
Recent reports have revealed that MLS club Inter Miami and 2 other Asian clubs are ready to pay a huge amount of salary for Messi, similar to the transfer of Al Nassr received by Cristiano Ronaldo.
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With the new Qatar World 2022 winner Lionel Messi’s contract with PSG expiring in 2023, PSG officials are still neutral on renewing contact with Messi.
In an interview, former PSG midfielder Jérôme Rothen advised not to renew the contract with Messi, because he thinks Lionel Messi does not give any effort to move PSG forward.
He said “Messi’s contract renewal is bullshit, Messi never gives effort to take PSG forward. Messi shows no respect for the Fans. He leaves the stadium with his head down.”
Due to such rumors in the transfer market, it is also heard that Asian 2 clubs Al Hilal FC and Al Ittihad FC are preparing to offer big money for Lionel Messi in the upcoming transfer window.
Al Hilal Club is a rival club of Al Nassr FC in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia who are the current Asian Champions League winners and this year’s FIFA Club World Cup finalists.
Al Hilal club fans have already started singing chants for Messi in the stadium and there is a lot of cheer among them.
Although Al Ittihad are currently not in a good position in the points table, they won the Saudi Super Cup last week under Portuguese coach Nuno Sparit Santo. Coaching Premier League Clan Wolves and Tottenham Spurs, the coach personally likes Leo Messi.
Inter Miami’s David Beckham has been dreaming of signing Messi since 2020, he wanted Messi to leave Barcelona and move to America to play in Miami’s jersey, but Beckham’s dream was no longer fulfilled because Messi contacted PSG for 2 years.
Messi’s contact with PSG ends in 2023, with Inter Miami and Beckham once again preparing to bring Leo Messi to the club. It remains to be seen whether Inter Miami can offer Messi as big a sum as competitor clubs.
Finally, it can be said that one of the reasons for PSG’s neutrality in renewing contact with Messi is Messi’s performance and the controversy surrounding Messi, and on the other hand, UEFA’s Financial Fair Play Rules.
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