Lionel Messi’s possible destinations as he settles to leave PSG
Paris Saint-Germain superstar Lionel Messi will leave the club when his current deal expires this summer.
On leaving Barcelona in the summer of 2021, the veteran forward signed a 2-year deal with PSG
Although his deal has an option for another year, the World Cup winner and the club no longer want the deal to go ahead.
BBC Sport now reports that the 35-year-old and his father, who doubles as his agent, Jorge Messi has informed PSG’s football advisor Luis Campos a few weeks ago of the players’s decision to move on.
BBC has now reviewed some of the possible clubs the Argentina international could join this summer.
Some of the clubs are:
Any Saudi Arabian club
Newell’s Old Boys
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