Messi, ‘570 billion’ has not yet refused to go to Saudi Arabia…”Considering several possibilities”

Lionel Messi has not turned down the trip to Saudi Arabia yet.

Messi played for Barcelona from 2004 to 2021 after going through Barcelona Youth, winning 10 La Liga titles, 4 European Football Federation (UEFA) Champions League (UCL) titles, and winning the last World Cup in Qatar. Messi, who won all the splendid individual awards and team achievements of 7 Ballon d’Or, reigned as the best player in the world. 바카라사이트

Most of these glory years were together in Barcelona. Lionel Messi is Barcelona’s all-time top scorer with 672 goals in 778 matches. However, in 2021, Barcelona fell into financial difficulties and had a conflict with Messi over a weekly wage issue, and the club did not treat Messi properly. In the end, Messi, who had a conflict with the club, left the team and is in his second season at Paris Saint-Germain (PSG). This season, Messi has been proving his class by recording 13 goals and 13 assists in 23 league matches so far.

However, the possibility that he will leave PSG is growing recently. Since Messi’s contract expires in June, several possibilities are being raised, including staying at PSG and returning to Barcelona, ​​his home team. In particular, it is known that Barcelona is actively proposing the return of Messi, with vice-president Rafael Yuste also stepping up.

There was an incident where oil was poured. PSG home fans booed Messi in the recent match against Olympique Lyonnais, and it is thought that this came as Messi’s sluggish performance, his elimination from the Champions League, and rumors of a return to Barcelona grew. Pain media ‘Sport’ said, “Messi was booed by fans before the match against Olympique Lyonnais. This reaction from fans seems to be a message about Messi, who has recently been strongly associated with Barcelona.”

One more possibility arose with the return to Barcelona. It’s straight to Saudi Arabia. Saudi club Al Hilal is said to have recently made an astronomical offer for Messi. European football transfer market expert Fabricio Romano said, “Al-Hilal has already made an official offer of 400 million euros (approximately 574.7 billion won) to Messi.”

Messi has not yet responded. Reporter Rudy Galetti, who works for the Italian media ‘Corriere dello Sport’, said, “Contrary to many rumors, Messi has not yet rejected Al-Hilal’s offer and has not responded. At this moment, Messi is worried about his future. We are thinking about it and evaluating it against other negotiating opportunities.” Messi’s options, such as staying at PSG and returning to Barcelona or going to Saudi Arabia, are largely classified into three categories. Soccer fans around the world are paying attention to what kind of career Messi will take in the future.