Barcelona reaction to Paris Saint-Germain’s offer to join Messi
The Catalan newspaper “Mundo Deportivo” confirmed that Barcelona sees Paris Saint-Germain’s attempt to sign Lionel Messi as a natural matter, especially since the player has not yet renewed his contract.
Mundo Deportivo said that Barcelona considers Messi the best player in the world, and it is natural to do this, especially since Paris Saint-Germain has the money and wants to form a strong list.
Lionel Messi did not renew his contract with Barcelona, which expires in June, amid his name being linked to many clubs, most notably Manchester City and Paris Saint-Germain.
And the Brazilian network “TNT” revealed, according to the veteran journalist, Marcelo Belcher, that Saint-Germain had submitted an offer for the flea “that could not be rejected”, for a period of two years with the option to add another year.
“Mundo Deportivo”, the newspaper close to the Barcelona administration, confirmed that there is a state of calm in Barcelona regarding this offer, and this matter is logical, to include the best players in the world, as he did before with the Brazilian Neymar da Silva, from Barca and paid 222 million euros, as well as Included Kylian Mbappe.
On the other hand, Barcelona seeks to persuade Messi to continue with the “Camp Nou” and to complete his career that began in 2000, especially in light of the return of Juan Laporta as president of Barcelona and the good relationship between them.
Dutch coach Ronald Koeman, Barcelona coach, commented about Paris Saint-Germain’s offer to Messi, during the press conference before the Granada confrontation in the Spanish League, saying: “I am not interested because, first, I don’t know if this is true or not, and secondly, I hope that Liu continues with us, and his career must end here because he has been here all his life, and I don’t care about anything said from the outside, and we’ll see what happens until the end of the season. “
It is noteworthy that Lionel Messi (33 years) tops the list of La Liga goalscorers with 25 goals, four goals ahead of Real Madrid striker Karim Benzema, followed by Spanish striker Gerrard Moreno, Villarreal, ranked third with 20 goals.