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Reports: Small details decide Messi’s entry into the Saudi Arabian league


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Paris Saint-Germain star Argentine international Lionel Messi is reportedly on the verge of a move to Saudi club Al-Hilal, according to Saudi press reports.

Messi’s contract with Saint-Germain ends at the end of the current 2022-2023 season after he joined in the summer of 2021, noting that the Argentine star’s contract with the Paris team includes a clause to extend their relationship for an additional season if both sides agree.

Saudi media, Abdullah Al-Fuhaid, host of Sports Harvest, revealed through his personal Twitter account that Messi’s legal team is now in Riyadh to agree on some terms regarding the player. contract with Al Hilal officials.

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I’m not used to exporting but Messi’s team of lawyers and administrators are in Riyadh now to see what will be provided to Messi in terms of housing and other things. Negotiations have reached a very, very advanced stage, just some small details, and Messi Hilali is next year

– Abdullah Al-Fuhaid (@aa_alfahaid) January 26, 2023

Al-Fuhaid added that details of housing and other matters are currently being negotiated after talks have reached a very advanced stage as there are small details that separate Messi from moving to Al Hilal next summer.

And Spanish journalist Gerard Romero, an expert on the European transfer market, gave a big surprise a few days ago related to Messi’s future at Paris Saint-Germain.

Romero wrote via his official Twitter account: “Messi has no intention of renewing his contract with Paris Saint-Germain.

He added: “Messi’s victory at the World Cup made him change his mind about his future.”

Messi led the Argentina national team to victory at the Qatar 2022 World Cup at the expense of his French counterpart, beating him on penalties (4-2) in the final match that brought them together on Sunday, December 18 at Lusail Stadium.

Messi won the title of the best player in the World Cup in Qatar.

Source: RT

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