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Messis Father Claims That His Son Has Decided To Join Psg

The footballer and his father were spotted at Barcelona Airport on their way to Paris, according to reports.
Following his unexpected departure from Barcelona, Lionel Messi has agreed to join French club Paris Saint-Germain (PSG), according to his father and agent, Jorge.
Messi and Jorge were spotted arriving at Barcelona airport on Tuesday after French publication LEquipe and Spanish website Mundo Deportivo reported that the Argentinian player had agreed to sign a two-year contract with PSG.
The news comes after days of uncertainty over the future of the football legend.
According to rumours, Messi will arrive in Paris on Tuesday after establishing himself as one of the world’s best players after a 20-year tenure at the club he joined as a youngster.
His destination could not be confirmed right away.
On Sunday, the six-time Ballon d’Or winner and Argentina’s all-time leading goalscorer wept as he said his goodbyes to Barcelona.
The departure came after the club declared it couldn’t afford to keep a deal with Messi, citing La Liga’s fair play rules as the reason.
Messi will join a PSG front line that already features Neymar, a former Barcelona teammate, and Kylian Mbappe, a young France striker.
The signing is expected to help the club achieve its goal of winning the Champions League for the first time.
It’s also likely to reignite controversy about UEFA’s financial fair play rules, which were initially implemented in 2009 and limit teams’ expenditure depending on their revenue.
The regulations were designed to prevent unsustainable expenditure and discourage cash infusions from outside sources, but they have been criticized for favoring larger, more established clubs.
Some people believe they are ineffectual.
Messi’s final four-year contract with Barcelona was reported to be the most lucrative contract in sports history, worth a total of 555 million euros ($650 million).
According to various sources, Messi will earn 35 million euros ($41 million) per year under the PSG contract.
The superstar is PSG’s newest big-name addition.
Sergio Ramos, a Spanish defender, and Georginio Wijnaldum, a Dutch midfielder, both joined the club after their contracts with Liverpool expired.
Once his contract with AC Milan expired, Italy’s Euro 2020-winning goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma came, as did Moroccan fullback Achraf Hakimi, who joined from Inter Milan for a estimated 60 million euros ($70 million).

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