Barcelona Legend Lionel Messi Refuse A Huge Deal With Al Hilal

Barcelona Legend Lionel Messi's Delegation Has Agreed a Record Deal With Al Hilal

Foot Mercato has reported that the delegation of Paris Saint-Germain forward Lionel Messi (35) has agreed a record-breaking deal with Saudi Arabia’s Al Hilal.

Messi will almost certainly play his last game for PSG on Saturday night when they take on Clermont-Ferrand at the Parc des Princes.

Despite being reintegrated into the first team set-up after an unsanctioned trip to Saudi Arabia.

The Argentine world champion is expected to leave Les Parisians at the end of the season, although his next destination is still unknown.

AFP reported in early May that Messi had reached a verbal agreement to join the Saudi Arabian side. However, the player’s delegation denied the existence of any such agreement to French Football News. However, Foot Mercato reports that a deal is now in place.

According to the rumor, the 7-time Ballon d’Or winner is currently expected to join Al Hilal when his French club contract expires at the end of the season.

No doubt he is still dreaming of a return to Camp Nou, ​​Leo is now more receptive to the idea of ​​joining Saudi Arabia’s top flight given the uncertainty surrounding the Catalan club’s finances.

If Messi joins Al Hilal, he will earn €1.2 billion over a two-year deal. This is double what Cristiano Ronaldo currently earns at Saudi rivals Al Nasr.

The deal would make his father, Jorge Messi, as well as his brother, the highest-paid player in football history.

Did Xavi admit to talks with Messi on sensational return?

Xavi former teammate and boss of FCB Club has admitted he is in talks with Leo over a potential sensational summer return his childhood club.

Messi, who turns 36 next month, was suspended by PSG earlier this month for making an unauthorized visit to Saudi Arabia, where he serves as an ambassador for the country’s tourism board.

Manager Xavi has now admitted that he is in contact with Messi over such a blockbuster move and is already drawing up strategic plans that include the seven-time Ballon d’Or winner, who led Barcelona He led La Liga back to the summit this season.

“I told the president that Messi’s return makes sense,” Xavi told Catalan publication Sport. ‘It’s up to Leo. I think he has to decide, it’s up to him… I’ve been talking to Leo, yes.

This will not be easy to do and much depends on how much slack they are cut by La Liga and how successful their efforts are in selling players.

The club must make up a £174 million [€200m] deficit to move freely in the transfer market, freed from the shackles of La Liga’s 40 per cent rule which would otherwise cost them just £35 million [€40m]. will force to do. Of every £100 million they bring in either by increasing revenue or reducing expenditure.

Abolishing in-house TV channel Barça TV saves them €12m a year and they announced this week that Ambilight TV will pay £7m [€8m] over three years, £8.6m [€10m] and Their shirt sleeves will be sponsored for £4. 10.5m [€12m].

His severance has not been made public but it would be a fraction of the amount he would have made had he stayed.

They are working their way back to the solution one kit at a time but the reality is they are trying to sell pitches and seats from the Camp Nou.

Everywhere there is a reminder of the desperation of raising money before its renovation.

Media close to the club have claimed that the departures of Alba and Biscuits, as well as Gerard Pique moving forward last year, equate to £104m [€120m] in savings.