Lionel Messi signs contract with Paris Saint- Germain last night

Lionel Messi signs contract with Paris Saint- Germain last night
Lionel Messi signs contract with Paris Saint- Germain last night

Paris Saint- Germain signed a contract with Lionel Messi on Tuesday night. The moment noted- a long career association with Barcelona and ready to take PSG for the new achievements. PSG officials stated that after giving the option of the third season, the Argentina star signed 2 years deal.

Lionel Messi said that he was excited to begin a new chapter of his career at Paris Saint-Germain. Everything about the club matches his football ambitions. He knew how talented the squad and the coaching staff are in this team. He was determined to help build something special for the club and the fans, and he is looking forward to stepping out onto the pitch at the Parc des Princes.

No Salary has been detailed in any statements, but a person with knowledge of the negotiations said that 35 million euros ($41 million) would be paid to Lionel Messi. The person spoke on condition of anonymity before the contract was signed.

PSG chairman Nasser Al-Khelaifi said that he was delighted that Lionel Messi had chosen to join Paris Saint-Germain, and they were proud to welcome him and his family to Paris. He has made no secret of his desire to continue competing at the very highest level and winning trophies, and naturally, our ambition as a club is to do the same.”

The crowd of PSG fans gathered at Le Bourget Airport in Paris for the welcome of Messi. The crowd was wearing a T-shirt featuring Ici c’est Paris. This is Paris.

The words are a long-familiar song from a favoured fan chant at Parc des Princes stadium, where Messi is to be presented to them before kickoff of Saturday night’s game against Strasbourg.

The enthusiasm on the arrival of Messi was so much that police had to push back to stop metal barriers from falling over at the airport as fans were coming forward to get a better view. He then travelled into Paris with police protection that involved several deputies on motorbikes and clad in black at its back.