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Messi’s desire to bring Salah back to Saint Germain’s accounts


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Paris Saint-Germain are once again planning to sign Egyptian star Mohamed Salah, Liverpool winger, in the upcoming summer transfer market to offset the possible departure of Argentine Lionel Messi.

And according to the Le Sport 10 network, “Messi is no longer sure he wants to renew his contract with Paris.

The French network reported that Messi’s father plans to meet with the Paris administration in the coming days, but there is no longer any trust between the two parties.

She explained that Saint-Germain had begun preparations for a contract with Messi’s successor, expecting the negotiations to fail.

He concluded: “Saint-Germain has reopened the Salah deal as it will have sporting as well as marketing reasons.”

???? FI SOURCES! ???? – PSG are showing interest in Mohamed Salah ahead of the summer – amid doubts about the future of Mbappe, Messi and Neymar. ????
Liverpool have been internally discussing the sale of one of their top stars in order to raise transfer funds. ????

— Football Insider (@footyinsider247) February 25, 2023

While Footballinsider has confirmed that the 30-year-old Salah’s name is on the table of the Paris administration, after doubts about the future of the trio, Argentinean Lionel Messi, Frenchman Kylian Mbappe and Brazilian Neymar da Silva.

These new developments come despite Paris knowing that Salah is linked to Liverpool by a contract that is being extended until 30 June 2025.

And the British site confirms that Paris has the necessary funds to meet all of Liverpool’s financial requirements.

Earlier this month, Football Insider confirmed that Liverpool are ready to sell Salah next summer.

He explained that Salah’s departure could revitalize Liverpool’s coffers by tens of millions, in addition to getting rid of his massive salary of £400,000 (€452,000) a week without bonuses or incentives.

Salah has scored 19 goals, in addition to 9 assists, in 35 appearances in all competitions this season.

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