PSG Supporters Gear Up for Messi’s Impending Transfer to Al-Hilal in Saudi Arabia!

    Relations between the Paris Saint-Germain fans and Argentine star Lionel Messi are currently showing some tension, especially after the farewell to the Parisian club in the Champions League.

    And in the presence of Messi, the Parisian club said goodbye to the Champions League for the past two years, which angered the fans due to the club’s huge expenses without compensation from the players.

    Lionel Messi
    Lionel Messi

    It is worth noting that Saint-Germain will meet with Olympique Lyon in the twenty-ninth round of the French championship.

    Paris Saint-Germain fans prepare for Messi’s move to Al-Hilal, Saudi Arabia!

    Before the start of the match, the fans of the Parisian club again booed Leo Messi, expressing anger at the Argentine star.

    And while the names of the Saint-Germain players were announced on the scoreboard of the stadium and the name of Messi was listed, the fans began to whistle against him.

    Lionel Messi
    Lionel Messi

    Messi’s name in the coming period was associated with a move to Al-Hilal (Saudi Arabia), especially after the approaching end of his contract in the summer of 2023.

    And the Mundo Deportivo newspaper indicated that Paris, led by Nasser Khleifi, agreed to Messi’s terms in order to extend his contract in the near future.

    Other reports confirmed that Messi did not want to renew the contract until he knew the details of the club’s future project.

    Messi received interest from Al Hilal from Saudi Arabia with a salary that exceeds what Cristiano Ronaldo earns with Al Nasr.

    Paris Saint Germain
    Paris Saint Germain

    And after a tense atmosphere between Tango’s son and the fans of the Parisian club, the player is expected to give a strong answer in the coming days regarding his future, whether it’s an extension or a move to Al Hilal or Inter Miami. in addition to the possibility of his return to Barcelona.

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