While FC Barcelona still does not have the agreement of La Liga to bring back Lionel Messi, “La Pulga” could well continue his career in Saudi Arabia. His father Jorge wants to accept the billion dollar deal offered by Al-Hilal!
This is the excluded offered by a Catalan media on Tuesday afternoon: Lionel Messi won’t be making a comeback FC Barcelonatwo years after his departure and his choice to accept the annual 30 million euros proposed by the PSG. At the end of his contract with the Rouge et Bleu and decided to change air, the Ballon d’Or record holder (7) was waiting to see if the Catalan club were able to sign him.
However, Barça, undermined by its financial difficulties which prevent it from remaining in the nails of the financial fair play of the Spanish Liga, still does not have the authorization to complete a return from “La Pulga”. The leaders of the Spanish championship obviously need a week or two more to give the green light to the club chaired by Joan Laporta, which has not yet sold any player.
Jorge Messi is OK
It is in Saudi Arabia that Messi could well continue his career, at 35 and while criticism has rained on his level since his arrival in Ligue 1. Thus, according to The Porteria, his father, Jorge Messi, wants to accept the fabulous offer from Al-Hilal. This unimaginable proposal amounts to a total of one billion euros for two years, in salaries, bonuses and other income. The Argentine captain is already promoting the country.
Messi also saw himself ending up in the United States, and more specifically at David Beckham’s Inter Miami, but the Florida MLS franchise does not have the means to compete with the offer prepared by Barça (at 20 million euros per year) and obviously that coming from Riyadh. The 2022 world champion will be free on June 30. The end of the drama is approaching.
🚨 NOTÍCIA ‘LA PORTERIA’ 🚨
💣 El fitxatge de Leo Messi pel Barça està gairebé descartat
💰 L’argentí vol tornar al Barça, però el seu pare, Jorge Messi, feels misenchanted by the oferta milionària de l’Aràbia Saudita#LaPorteria
— La Porteria (@Laporteriabtv) May 23, 2023