Official: Messi confirmed his future after the 2022 World Cup title

Lionel Messi signed a two-year contract with the wealthy French team Paris Saint-Germain after he left Barcelona in the summer of 2017.

Even though Messi’s current deal is set to expire in the summer of 2019, PSG is doing everything it can to keep the Argentine striker despite competition from a number of clubs.

Fabrizio Romano, known as the “king” of transfers, claims that Lionel Messi has verbally agreed to extend his contract with Paris Saint-Germain. However, they will get together once more to talk about the schedule and the payment. Following Argentina’s victory in the 2022 World Cup, Lionel Messi is currently taking some time off to relax and celebrate in his home country.

El Pulga’s future has been the subject of much conjecture ever since reports surfaced indicating that he is prepared to leave PSG.

The European press has previously reported that Inter Miami is very interested in signing the player, who is 35 years old, and is currently attempting to negotiate a contract with him. In addition to this, reports indicate that Barcelona is getting very close to concluding a deal that would signal the dream reunion for Messi.

However, Romano asserts that the superstar who was born in 1987 has never discussed a contract with Barca. Despite this, the Catalan giants have not given up on the possibility of rejoining with the team who won the World Cup in 2022, and they want to try to compete with the terms that PSG have offered.

There have been rumors that Lionel Messi may call it quits with his international career once Argentina has successfully defended their title at the coveted Gold Cup in Qatar. However, the owner of 7 Golden Balls has reconsidered his decision and has decided that he will continue to play as a champion for the Tango squad.

In addition, it is anticipated that Messi will continue to participate in the World Cup in North America in 2026, despite the fact that he will be 39 years old at the time.


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