PSG are prepared to offer Lionel Messi a record-breaking new deal


As PSG work to ensure Lionel Messi’s future by extending his contract, Barcelona’s chances of getting the Argentine back to Camp Nou are dwindling every day.

His contract with PSG, which expires in the current campaign, will be extended, according to MARCA.

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It appears that the Ligue 1 winners are optimistic that the player will stay at the club because the player’s father, Jorge Messi, has already agreed to renew the contract at Parc des Princes.

PSG has produced a record-breaking contract proposal that they believe is too fantastic to be turned down. The club, on the other hand, is prepared to make no compromises when it comes to the wage provided to Messi, which is now in the neighborhood of €30 million.

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Even without considering the direct pay paid by the team, Messi will gain a lot from the contract offer made by PSG.

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The Argentine, on the other hand, is at ease at PSG and has adapted quite well to life at Parc des Princes. His family is content with their life in Paris and has made it obvious that they intend to stay there for at least another year.

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Following the arrival of the former Barcelona star, Paris Saint-Germain are seeing increasing economic development and wants to pay Messi a fortune.

Since Messi joined the team in 2021, the club has generated a staggering income of over €700 million.

Additionally, shirt sales have increased by 30–40%, and more than a million have already been moved. The club has also profited from sponsorship arrangements with Nike, totaling over €75 million.

With these factors in mind, PSG are desperate to prevent the possibility of Messi signing with an MLS team or, for that matter, going back to Barcelona. After helping Argentina win the World Cup last month, the icon will try to play on the field again for the first time on Wednesday.

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