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Lionel Messi might leave Paris Saint-Germain

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Lionel Messi signed a 2-year contract with the Parisians for free. However, there are still chances we might not see him play for PSG again.

Will Messi continue at PSG?

Lionel Messi had a rough debut season for Paris Saint-Germain last year. It was undoubtedly because the Argentine couldn’t digest leaving Barcelona. Turns out the 4-time Champions League winner told reports that he will make a comeback next year. It is only a matter of time and adjusting to the Ligue 1 conditions.

Being the world’s best football player, Messi brings with him a lot of skill and experience. Above all, scoring on six occasions and assisting fourteen times in the French League alone, the La Pulga proved himself. Apart from the league stats, he has scored five times in the Champions League this season. Will Messi continue at PSG? One can only wait and watch.

Paris Saint-Germain’s stance

Which club in its right mind would want to let go of the best player in the world? Exactly! PSG’s primary goal is to hold on to the 7-time Ballon D’Or winner beyond the current campaign. The club has great expectations that if the attacker has a good season next season, he would exercise his option and stay with the Ligue 1 winners.

PSG is packed with talent. From their front line to their goalkeeper, everyone is a star player. Neymar, Kylian Mbappe, Marco Veratti and Marquinhos spells huge marketing value. Messi can jump into that bus, add some more value, and might as well win some silverware.

Other options for Lionel Messi

The Copa American champion is vulnerable to a wide range of options outside France. However, if he isn’t convinced PSG can win their first Champions League, he’ll call it quits. The little man was rumored to join MLS next season as the public saw him as one of the flop transfers of 2022.

It would be a dream come true for Catalonia to see their greatest player don the Blaugrana again. There is a mild chance Messi can play for Barcelona if the club succeeds in paying off their debts from last year. In conclusion, the world of football would be happy to just see the greatest player just continue to play ball. It doesn’t matter where he plays as long as he doesn’t stop.

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