With Lionel Messi (34) and Paris Saint-Germain’s contract expiring in three months, it was revealed that he would have to cut his wages in order to remain.
Paris Saint-Germain suspended negotiations with Messi for a new contract in accordance with UEFA’s financial play rules.
Paris Saint-Germain was one of 10 clubs fined for violating financial play rules last year. Violation again will result in a fine of 45 million euros, along with a ban from the UEFA Champions League.
On the 31st (Korean time), French media Le Quipe said, “Messi has to take a pay cut in order to remain in Paris next season.” 먹튀검증
This means that Messi’s wages must be cut in order to comply with the financial play rules. According to the British Mirror, Messi receives a monthly salary of 3.37 million euros (about 4.7 billion won) at Paris Saint-Germain.
This is why Saudi Arabia’s offer to make Messi the highest-paid soccer player in the world is eye-catching. It is known that Al Hilal, a club in Saudi Arabia, is seeking to recruit Messi for 194 million pounds (approximately 308.6 billion won). Messi’s father, Jorge Messi, who works as Messi’s agent, was caught in Saudi Arabia, raising rumors of a transfer to Saudi Arabia. Al-Hilal plans to recruit Messi to face off against Cristiano Ronaldo, who plays for Al Nasr.
Barcelona in the Spanish Primera Liga is also one of the clubs aiming to sign Messi. However, as he failed to renew his contract with Messi, he is experiencing financial difficulties, so there is a question mark on whether he can meet Messi’s wages.
In his second season at Paris Saint-Germain, Messi has played 23 Ligue 1 games, scoring 13 goals and assisting with 13.