Mercato Mercato – PSG: It’s confirmed, Lionel Messi has made a radical decision


At the end of the contract with PSG next June, Lionel Messi would indeed have an agreement in principle to extend to Paris. It would be a one-season lease plus an option with a higher salary than he currently receives. When he returns from vacation, everything will speed up and the agreement could be announced in the coming days.

As revealed exclusively by several weeks ago, Qatar is busy to extend the contract of Lionel Messi which ends next June. And these last days, The Parisian announced that these discussions had resulted in an agreement in principle. best player of the World Cup 2022the former player of Barca should indeed continue his career at PSG.

Messi will stay at PSG

In effect, Guillem Balagueofficial biographer of Lionel Messiconfirms that the Argentine star and the PSG have an agreement in principle for a contract extension. After four months of discussions between Jorge Messifather and agent of the world champion, and Luis Camposas well as a recent meeting with Nasser Al-Khelaifi, so the two sides have found common ground. Thereby, Lionel Messi is expected to extend its lease through 2024 with an option for an additional season.

An increased salary for Messi?

Lionel Messi should also receive a salary higher than that which he receives since his arrival in the PSG in 2021. The Pulga therefore temporarily dismisses the idea of ​​an arrival in MLS as well as a return to FC Barcelona. I have to say that Messi is very happy in Paris, just like his wife Antonela and his children. On a sporting level, the Argentinian striker is also aware that no other club can offer him the opportunity to win a new Champions League or one Ballon d’Or additional. Lionel Messi could therefore stay a total of four years in PSG. He has accepted all the conditions of the capital club and as soon as he returns from vacation, the agreement should be formalized.

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