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Following Barcelonas Exit Lionel Messi Is Evaluating The Final Terms Of A Paris Saint Germain Offer

The precise specifics of Lionel Messi’s two-year contract offer from Paris Saint-Germain are still being reviewed by Messi and his representatives.
PSG offered Messi a two-year agreement worth PS25 million per year after taxes after he left Barcelona, and talks between the two parties are still ongoing.
After leaving Barcelona, Messi has two alternative possibilities, but PSG remains the frontrunner to sign him.
Barcelona announced that Messi would leave the club due to “financial and structural impediments” in fulfilling a new deal that had been agreed upon with the player.
Please use the Chrome browser for a more accessible video player. A emotional Messi claims he didn’t want to leave Barcelona and that, while a move to Paris Saint-Germain is a possibility, nothing has been confirmed yet. The Argentina star has spoken directly with PSG head coach Mauricio Pochettino about heading to the French capital.
At his goodbye press conference on Sunday, Messi was asked if PSG would be his next move. “It is one possibility, to achieve those heights,” he answered.
“Nothing has been confirmed with anyone.”
I got a lot of calls, and a lot of clubs were interested.
Nothing is closed at the moment, but we are talking about a lot of things.” PSG swiftly emerged as the front-runners for his contract, reuniting him with former Barcelona teammate Neymar.
In an emotional farewell press conference on Sunday, Messi stated that he did not want to leave Barcelona.
Messi’s goodbye press conference at Barcelona was an emotional occasion that football fans across the world will never forget, according to Gary Cotterill of Sky Sports News. Messi was at tears as he received a standing ovation in his final Barcelona press conference to declare the end of his 21-year association with the club.
Messi’s departure was confirmed by Barcelona on Thursday night, the same day he returned to Catalonia after his post-Copa America vacation.
Messi had traveled to Barcelona hoping to finalize the specifics of his new five-year contract, and he confirmed that he had offered to lower his pay by half.
“This year, my family and I were dead set on staying at home; it was the one thing we all wanted more than anything,” Messi remarked.
“We’d always made this our own, we’d always felt at ease here.”
We believed we’d be staying in Barcelona for a while.
But tonight we have to say goodbye to it all.” Follow the summer transfer window with Sky Sports You can keep up with all the latest transfer news and speculations in our dedicated Transfer Centre blog on Sky Sports’ digital platforms, as well as on Sky Sports News.
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