Ahead of the two league rivals, companions of the day, both players together add 8 Champions League.
In their quest to win the Champions League, the Qatari owners of Paris Saint-Germain (Paris Saint-Germain) dealt a severe blow to Real Madrid and Barcelona, two representatives of European nobility. Their respective captains until recently, Sergio Ramos and Leo Messi, landed on the banks of the Seine.
In front of the cyclical competitors, companions of the day, Both players have 8 Champions League togetherevenly divided, Four former Real Madrid players (2014, 2016, 2017, 2018). and four old gears (2006, 2009, 2011 and 2015). Just the experience the Qatari leadership is looking forward to to win the title they cherish in 2020 (finalists against Bayern Munich).
the Spaniard Ramos, 35, and Argentine Messi, 34, They arrive at the Parc des Princes as free agents. Both contracts expired on June 30 and neither reached an agreement with their respective titles. Somehow, two legends came to Paris for free.
In the case of the former madridista due to the dispute over the renewal date, and in the case of the old number 10 for Barcelona due to the financial difficulties of the Catalan club.
The two were excited to say goodbye. Ramos spent 16 games at the Bernabeu; Messi, 17, at the Camp Nou. The first led him for six years and the second for three. Ramos did not make his debut with Paris Saint-Germain due to physical problems. Messi can do it on Saturday.
In addition to the sporting blow their leaders lose to Real Madrid and Barcelona, PSG are enjoying the gains that both contracts signify. They will attract new television, image and marketing contracts.
Since they bought Paris Saint-Germain in 2011 – a club of only 50 years – the Qataris have been inflexible in their project to raise the Oregona.
They want the best players at all costs. Neymar is an example. Four years ago, the Brazilian left specifically from Barcelona to Paris when paying $260 million, a record transfer in world football.
In the same year, he captured the youth wonder Kylian MbappeOutperforming many European giants, including Real Madrid and Barcelona. They paid Monaco $210 million to sign the France international.
They also haven’t compromised when it comes to granting a transfer to their players, even if they want to leave. Paris Saint-Germain, led by Nasser Al-Khelaifi, has stopped returning to the Catalan team Neymar in 2019 and march Italian Marco Verratti in 2017, also in Barcelona.
the Paris Saint-Germain does not skimp on the efforts made to please its players. The Qatari fund controlled by the club is almost unlimited.
The average salary on the list is around $9 million annually, and Neymar leads the rankings with $41 million so far. Messi happens to be the team’s highest-paid (around $46 million per season), according to the local press. (Dr)
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