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Lionel Messi to join Neymar at PSG

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Legendary footballer Lionel Messi and Barcelona Football Club have parted ways. Messi has left Barcelona after a long time. Now it has also come to the fore that Messi can play for which club. After splitting from Barcelona, ​​football legend Lionel Messi is all set to join France’s Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) club, where he can play with his special friend Neymar.

It is being said in the media report that PSG is planning a strategy to include this Argentine star player. The club’s manager, Mauricio Pochettino, said in football news: “Messi is an option. That is being evaluated by this club playing in League 1.” If Messi is signed with PSG, then once again he will be seen playing for the same club with his former teammate Neymar.

Messi and Neymar have played together for the Barcelona club in the past. It is being said that Messi was ready to join the Barcelona club for a reduced salary, but according to the economic rules of Spain’s La Liga, his deal with Barcelona could not go ahead. It is known that in the year 2017, the Barcelona club signed a five-year deal with Messi for 550 million euros (about Rs 438 crore). The contract terminated on 30th June this year when he was busy playing an international tournament – Copa America. This year he finally won Copa America Cup defeating Brazil.

He spent his entire professional career with Barcelona before recently leaving the club, where he won a record 34 trophies for the club, including ten La Liga titles, seven Copa del Rey titles, and four UEFA Champions League titles. Messi holds the record for most goals scored for Barcelona in several leagues. He has scored over 750 goals for club and country, and the most goals scored by a player for a single club.

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