“Messi’s next destination is Saudi Arabia, not Barcelona” French media report… Possibility of ‘Meho War’ with Ronaldo in Saudi Arabia ↑

 “Messi’s next destination is Saudi Arabia”. 

Foot Mercato reported on the 30th (Korean time), “Messi still hopes most to return to Barcelona. However, based on recent news, Messi’s next destination will be Saudi Arabia.”

Growing up in the FC Barcelona youth team, Messi made his professional debut for Barcelona in 2004.

During his 20 years, Messi scored 672 goals and 305 assists in 778 games for Barcelona. In the process, he lifted numerous trophies, including 10 La Liga titles, 4 Champions League titles and 7 Copa del Rey titles. He has also won the Ballon d’Or six times.

However, Messi transferred to PSG just before the 2021-2022 season.

Not many people expected Messi to leave Barcelona, ​​so this was shocking news.

In the aftermath of the novel coronavirus infection (Corona 19), the renewal of the contract between Messi and Barcelona was not concluded due to La Liga regulation issues following the club’s financial difficulties not being resolved.

He also played a big role at PSG, but he was no longer allowed to accompany him. He has a contract with PSG until June 30th. Negotiations to renew the contract completely collapsed. In particular, he was asked to cut his wages and was said to have completely lost his mind after being booed by PSG fans. 

Therefore, Messi wanted to return to Barcelona. In particular, before the 2024 South American Football Confederation (CONMEBOL) Copa America was held, he considered playing in Europe as a ‘top priority’ and planned to respond when coach Xavi Hernandez, who had been with him in the past, wanted a reunion.

However, Barcelona’s financial problems are holding Messi back. 

Messi is in a situation where he cannot register for the roster next season unless the salary issue is resolved. As a result, it is known that he has not received an official transfer offer yet.메이저사이트

With Messi planning to decide on his future course of action within a few days, he judged that he could not wait for Barcelona’s transfer offer and Spanish Primera Liga’s approval, and decided to go to Al-Hilal, which offered an astronomical annual salary of 400 million euros (570 billion won). all.

If Messi heads to Saudi Arabia, he can enjoy the ‘Meho War’ again. Cristiano Ronaldo already plays for Al Nasr in Saudi Arabia. 

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