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Report: $600 million divergence between Messi and Barcelona

The Spanish newspaper Marca said, on Thursday, that Argentine football legend Lionel Messi will leave Paris Saint-Germain after the end of his contract next summer, to join the ranks of Al Hilal Saudi Arabia with an offer worth $ 600 million.

The newspaper quoted the FIFA-accredited players’ agent, Marco Kerdermeer, as saying that Messi would not join his former club, Barcelona, ​​​​after the strong offer from Saudi Arabia.

She explained that the players’ agent is close to the Qatari owner of Paris Saint-Germain, Nasser Al-Khelaifi.

According to Kerdermeer, the Parisian club was informed of the decision not to continue Messi among its ranks months ago. He also confirmed that Messi will not join FC Barcelona next year, despite the Spanish “Onda Ciro” radio report, which revealed that yesterday.

“Messi will not move to Barcelona. He received an offer of $600 million from Al Hilal,” the players’ agent told Marca’s radio station.

Several recent reports indicated that Al-Hilal club made an attractive offer for the best player in the world seven times, which may amount to 400 million euros annually to bring the world champion crowned last December in Qatar.

And last February, an informed official confirmed to “Agence France Presse”, who preferred not to be named, that Saudi Arabia is seeking to establish partnerships with Messi to support its organization of the World Cup.

It was reported months ago that Saudi Arabia wanted to submit a joint file with Greece and Egypt to host the 2030 edition, but the candidacy has not yet become official.

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The atmosphere is currently very hot between Messi and the management of the Parisian club, in the wake of his propaganda trip to Saudi Arabia without permission from the club.

And Sky News reported that Messi received a two-week suspension from the club and a two-week salary deduction, because of that trip.