Paris Saint-Germain opens its arms in anticipation of Messi


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Paris Saint-Germain opens its arms in anticipation of Messi

BARCELONA – Leo Messi definitively closed his history with Barcelona this Sunday and in a short period of time he could start a new one with Paris Saint-Germain, the club best positioned to take over his signing and with which, sources very close to him recognized the Argentine to ESPN Deportes, his advisers are already negotiating.

“When the Barcelona statement came out on Thursday, several clubs showed interest,” Leo acknowledged this Sunday, who when asked whether his future will pass through Paris was enigmatic but sincere.

The same sources confirmed that Messi’s advisers, with his father at the helm, are studying the proposal received this Sunday from the French club, which began to draft it on Thursday night with the aim of closing an agreement as soon as possible , so the player would be ready to travel to Paris at the beginning of the week.

“It is a possibility … Now I have nothing arranged with anyone but we are talking, obviously,” he replied, minutes before from his surroundings it was admitted that PSG is in the foreground, assuring, yes, that Messi did not have planned to travel to Paris this Sunday, without evaluating the information from the French media, such as L’Equipe, which already took for granted an agreement in principle and announced Tuesday as the official presentation date with a solemn act at the Eiffel Tower itself.

Before this, Messi, who this same Sunday underwent a PCR test at his home with his family, will travel to the French city to undergo the mandatory medical examination prior to signing a contract for two seasons, with an optional third, of according to what was published in France, where the same newspaper L’Equipe he estimated the salary he will receive at 40 million euros.


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