While his free-kick goal that sealed PSG’s heartbreaking victory is rerun over and over again on different channels around the world, Lionel Messi having fun with Antonela Roccuzzo and their three sons from Barcelona, where he first arrived after becoming world champion with the Argentina national team.
The rosarino star, along with the rest of the team, enjoys a two days off Awarded by Christophe Galtier, coach of the Parisian team.
After the victory against Lille, the captain of the national team took a flight with his family to Catalonia and secluded in his main house.
Images of Messi, Antonela, Thiago, Mateo and Ciro getting into a van to leave the airport soon went viral on social media.
Leo Messi will stay in Spain until this Tuesday and He He will join the lineup on Wednesday with the rest of his colleagues in Paris, according to the Catalan newspaper Sports world.
This Sunday, PSG managed to end a three-game losing streak and from Wednesday they will face the final stretch towards the classic against Marseille, scheduled for Sunday at the “Velodrome” stadium in Marseille.
There is a lot of speculation in Spain about Messi’s possible departure from the French squad. Last week it was the player’s father, Jorge Messi, who was in Barcelona after negotiations with PSG owner Al Khelaifi stalled.
However – according to the French media – and despite Messi’s first refusal, PSG hope to be able to “convince the player” to continue until 2024 and for this reason the intention of the club is to offer him a substantial economic improvement.
Regarding a hypothetical return of “Leo” to Barcelona, Jorge Messi argued days ago that “the conditions are not given” for a return of the world champion to Blaugrana, silencing the speculation that has arisen in the media of the Iberian country in recent weeks.
On the football front, another major challenge for the “10” in the coming weeks will be to turn around the complicated round of 16 of the Champions League against Bayern Munich, as the German team beat PSG 1-0 in France last Tuesday capital. The tap will close on March 8 in Germany.
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