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Lionel Messi Arrives In Paris To Complete His Transfer To Psg

PSG fans gathered at Le Bourget Airport in Paris to greet Lionel Messi, who was wearing a T-shirt that read “Ici c’est Paris” – “Here is Paris.” The 34-year-old Argentina star has agreed to a contract with Paris Saint-Germain.
The person spoke on the condition of anonymity to discuss the contract before it was signed and made public.
Messi is expected to make roughly 35 million euros ($41 million) per year net, according to the source. Messi’s father and agent, Jorge, revealed his son’s move to PSG in a brief press conference on Tuesday at Josep Tarradellas Barcelona-El Prat Airport. Messi was subsequently seen arriving with his wife and three children before boarding a private plane.
“The five of us,” Antonela Roccuzzo wrote on Instagram beside a selfie of herself and her husband on the plane.PSG fans have watched their club change dramatically in the previous decade as a result of Qatari sovereign wealth investment related to the emir.
PSG was one of the few clubs that could pay to recruit Messi when his contract with Barcelona expired and the Catalan club was unable to afford to keep him.Messi’s arrival gives PSG formidable attacking options as he links up with France World Cup champion Kylian Mbappe and Brazil striker Neymar.
Only Cristiano Ronaldo challenges Messi’s standing as an all-time great in the modern era.PSG will be hoping that Messi not only helps the side reclaim the French title it lost to Lille last season, but also finally win the Champions League.If Pochettino utilizes a 4-3-3 system, Messi may be deployed on the right, with Neymar on the left, and Mbappe in the center forward position.
Most coaches would embrace the tactical challenge, with a 4-2-3-1 or 3-5-2 formation also in the mix to accommodate the attacking quality available. What should be less demanding is PSG’s compliance with UEFA’s Financial Fair Play regulations.
Due to the pandemic, some flexibility in the rules has been provided, and adjustments have been made to the system that were aimed to reduce losses.
As chairman of the European Club Association and a member of UEFA’s executive council, PSG president Nasser Al-Khelaifi is involved in the process of considering a broader update to FFP that could allow for more unfettered spending once again.

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