After an emotional Barcelona exit, Lionel Messi tells PSG that he has a ‘done deal with medical booked.’
After leaving Barcelona, Lionel Messi is expected to join Paris Saint-Germain.
According to rumors in France, Lionel Messi’s spectacular move to Paris Saint-Germain is now a “done deal,” and the player might have his medical tonight or tomorrow. Since Barcelona declared in a statement on Thursday that Messi was destined to leave the club, negotiations with the Ligue 1 giants have progressed rapidly.
A new deal was agreed upon, but because to the salary cap in La Liga, Barcelona has struggled to finalize the agreement.
PSG is said to have pounced after beginning conversations earlier this week.
Messi is said to have approached his compatriot Mauricio Pochettino to see whether a deal could be struck.
PSG is set to offer Messi a two-year deal with a third-year option.
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‘Messi to PSG is done!’ he tweeted. In Paris, medical treatment is scheduled for tonight or tomorrow morning. He will then sign his contract. According to rumours in France, PSG has even reserved the Eiffel Tower for a dramatic debut of the player.
At his news conference in Barcelona this morning, Messi tried to hold back tears.
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“That is honestly one chance to achieve those heights,” Messi remarked of a possible move to France.
“At the moment, I haven’t received any confirmation from anyone.
“When the press release was released, I received a lot of calls.
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“A number of clubs have expressed an interest.
“There is nothing closed at the moment, but we are talking about a lot of things.” If the deal is finalized, PSG will have signed Messi, Sergio Ramos, Gianluigi Donnarumma, and Gini Wijnaldum on free transfers.
The club has not yet conquered Europe. “Brinkwire News in Condensed Form.”