The Spanish press drops this bomb after Messi's departure from PSG

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The Spanish press drops this bomb after Messi's departure from PSG

 

Spanish television "El Chiringuito" revealed on Monday that a meeting was held last week between Lionel Messi's father and PSG leaders with a view to signing the Argentinian in the French capital team. .

We remember that the Brazilian star Neymar recently announced to the media, after PSG's victory at Old Trafford that he would like to replay with Messi: “I would like to play with Messi again. This is what I want the most. I would let him play for me, there are no problems (laughs). I want to play with him again, for sure. We have to do it next year ”, he had launched.

A statement that made a lot of noise in Catalonia, especially when we know that the departure of the Argentinian who will be at the end of his contract next June still worries the Catalan club.

Barça leaders do not seem ready to let go of the six-time Ballon d'Or. Josep Maria Bartomeu had opposed an end of inadmissibility to the desire of departure of Messi.

If for the media, Manchester City was the club that appears to be the best placed to welcome the Barcelona captain, PSG is now a favorite, despite the difficult financial situation of the capital club.

According to the El Chiringuito program, Jorge Messi, father and agent of Barcelona No. 10, would have also participated in a meeting at the Qatari consulate for a signing of Lionel Messi with the champions of France, the program of Sexta ensuring that "The links between Messi, Qatar and PSG are increasingly strong" and that the discussions had been very precise.

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Revelations which obviously did not go unnoticed. So much so that they pushed Jorge Messi to come out of the woods to oppose a denial. "False, a new invention", he wrote in an Instagram story, specifying: "I have been in Argentina since September." All accompanied by a hashtag “#fakenews”.

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