Mercato: PSG, Barca… Lionel Messi has decided for his next club
As indicated by le10Sport.com, the Lionel Messi file will animate this beginning of the year 2023 at PSG. Paris officials hope to stretch the lease of the Argentina international, who will be free at the end of the season. But also announced in the viewfinder of FC Barcelona, the 35-year-old player would show a preference for his future.
Lionel Messi has other fish to fry for now. Focused on sound Global, the Argentina international doesn’t have time to think about his future. But once the competition is over, the former star of FC Barcelona should make a decision about the continuation of his career. Three options would be available to him: join the Barca, engage with theInter Miami or extend his contract to PSG.
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Campos prepares his offer for Messi
Linked to PSG until next June, Lionel Messi is highly valued by its managers. Despite a lackluster first season at Paris, the player would be unanimous internally and seems to have regained the hair of the beast for a few weeks. According to exclusive information from 10Sport.com, the Parisian club is looking to extend his contract. Negotiations are expected to begin after Global at the initiative of Luis Campos, sports advisor PSG. To believe Gazzetta dello Sport, it would be a two-year offer, plus an optional year.
A preference for Inter Miami?
But to believe Gazzetta dello Sport, Lionel Messi would think more and more of a transfer. Aged 35, the Argentinian international would be tempted by a departure in MLSespecially at the‘Inter Miami. The franchise held, in part, by David Beckhamcould achieve the big hit of this year 2023. The Athletic had announced that the American club would be optimistic in this file Messi, despite adversity. To convince him,Inter-Miami would be willing to offer him shares in the club and offer him a retraining in California after his career. Enough to convince the Argentinian? Answer in the next few weeks.