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The circle of clubs Messi could head to has narrowed to two! Will he head back to Spain or to Saudi Arabia?

After Lionel Messi went to Saudi Arabia without permission to perform his ambassadorial duties, the PSG management decided to suspend him. This was probably the last straw and the relationship between the club and the player came to a standstill. Whether the famous Argentine will stay in Paris is questionable.

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After Lionel Messi went to Saudi Arabia without permission to perform his ambassadorial duties, the PSG management decided to suspend him. This was probably the last straw and the relationship between the club and the player came to a standstill. Whether the famous Argentine will stay in Paris is questionable. There were speculations about the interest of several clubs, but it seems that only two real options have emerged.

It is almost impossible to answer the question of where the recent world champion will go after his contract at Paris Saint-Germain ends.

Speculation is of course rife, more to the point, this is one of the best players of all time. And they won’t subside until he officially signs with a new team.

It’s clear that most fans would love to see Messi back at Barcelona. However, this is not so easy, even though the club is now financially stable, according to the words of president Laporta, it is still limited in the transfer market.

In order to get their former player back, the Blaugranas need to get rid of at least two current players in return. Wealthy clubs from the Arab world or the United States have also expressed interest in Messi’s services and could afford his monthly salary.

According to the popular Spanish daily Marca, however, the Argentine has a clear idea. He will choose between his beloved Barcelona and Al Hilal.

The Saudi Arabian club, which is home to players such as Odion Ighalo, who has tried his hand at Manchester United, or Salem Al Dawsari, who just scored an exhibition goal against the Argentines at the World Cup in Qatar.

According to a Spanish newspaper, Messi has an incredible contract on the table that would guarantee him an annual income of 370 million euros. He would therefore receive a salary greater than that of Cristiano Ronaldo at Al Nasrro.

This season, Messi has scored 19 goals and the same number of assists across all club competitions. But wherever he heads after the season, fans will continue to follow him.

Sources: Marca, Transfermarkt

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