Paris Saint-Germain stores are preparing for Messi deal

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Paris Saint-Germain stores are preparing for Messi deal


Media reports have exploded a new development regarding the future of Barcelona's Argentine international star Lionel Messi, whose contract with the Catalan club expires at the end of the season.

Footballtransfers said in an exclusive report: "Saint-Germain is increasing confidence in contracting Lionel Messi for free, after he asked his stores in France to prepare for the influx of business based on the sales of Messi's shirts."

He added, "Messi announced that he was unhappy in Barcelona after a two-decade engagement with the club. The Argentine was about to leave last summer before legal obligations force him to stay at Camp Nou."

And he added: "However, the contract of the six-time Ballon d'Or winner will expire at the end of the current season with the Catalan club, and he is not expected to sign a new deal for several reasons."

"Officials close to Barcelona have admitted that Messi will need to cut his salary if he is to stay at the club, while their lack of competitiveness is another reason that pushes him away from the Blaugrana."

He added, "It seems that the Parisians will not have a problem in joining the 33-year-old player in their superstar team, and they are confident of winning the race to include Messi, despite Manchester City's interest in signing him."

He concluded: "There is one pending case, which is that Saint Germain did not tell his stores what number they expected Messi to wear, as the number 10 wore Neymar, but the Brazilian was encouraging Messi to arrive in Paris."