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PSG wants to have Messi to win C1 then… pay the penalty

According to the latest developments confirmed by L’Equipe and transfer expert Fabrizio Romano, the Messi deal with PSG has been completed. Specifically, the Argentine superstar will soon take a flight to Paris late at night on August 10 (Vietnam time).

Next, Messi will have a medical examination at PSG before officially signing a contract with the Park team of the Princes. The contract between the two parties will have a term of 2 years with an option to extend for an additional year. Messi’s salary will be about 35 million euros/season excluding bonuses. It is expected that on August 11, PSG will officially announce the biggest contract of summer 2021 with the media.

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Messi is about to make his debut for PSG

Immediately after this information was released, many opinions suggested that PSG had “closed their eyes” in this deal. Specifically, the program El Trasistor of the Spanish radio station Onda Cero revealed an unexpected information.

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Accordingly, not only do not liquidate, but PSG also want to retain a series of their important pillars, including Mbappe. The leaders of this team want to maintain a satisfactory and super strong framework for the ambition to win the Champions League in the 2021/22 season.

This is almost a mandatory order for coach Pochettino and his students. The reason for saying that is because PSG may soon be touched by the Financial Fair Play Law despite the regulations that have been relaxed due to Covid-19 since the 2021/22 season.

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PSG want to win the Champions League with this all-star squad

Accordingly, PSG may be banned from transfer and receive a penalty of not participating in the Champions League for 3 years, effective from the 2022/2023 season. Therefore, the ambition to win the Champions League is immediately considered an achievement worthy of … the penalty is hovering overhead.

Earlier, Barca also filed a lawsuit against PSG after this team offered to recruit Messi. Accordingly, the Catalonia team believes that PSG’s salary fund reaches 99% of revenue and that spending heavily to pay Messi’s salary is a very serious violation of the Financial Fair Play law. Therefore, the fact that this team is about to announce Messi carries a huge risk.

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