Paris Saint-Germain (Paris Saint-Germain) has already assured its players and staff that the Argentine’s arrival is imminent Leo Messi, Le Parisien newspaper said, Saturday, that there are still details to be closed.
And the newspaper adds in its digital version: “The two sides are generally in agreement. You just have to sit down to write the documents.”
L’Equipe had clarified hours earlier that although Messi’s advisers had been in regular contact with PSG for two days, there was still no official proposal.
And Messi will give on Sunday in a press conference his version of the lack of continuity in Barcelona, which was announced on Thursday, and Le Parisien confirms that he will not provide clues about his next destination because “it is not the time or the place.”
According to that newspaper, his salary will range between 35 and 40 million euros annually. Paris Saint-Germain’s legal department closes those details off, and exchanges between the player’s father and the club’s “staff” are “ongoing”.
Le Parisien echoes rumors that there will be a meeting on Sunday, that the official parade will take place on Tuesday and that the Eiffel Tower, as happened with the Neymar In 2017, his honor will be shed light on, but he notes that PSG have dismissed this “well-coordinated” scenario.
If all goes ahead, Messi will have to undergo medical examinations at the American Hospital in Neuilly, on the outskirts of Paris, and that newspaper estimates that his first intervention on the field could take place at the Parc des Princes against Clermont Foot, a meeting currently scheduled for 12 September.
The club, according to its sources, wants this signing not to compromise on an extension MbappeIn it, he highlighted three decisive factors: “the player’s will, the will of Paris Saint-Germain and the coffers of Real Madrid”.
The French striker’s contract expires in 2022, and at the moment, Mbappe, who insists he wants to continue for an additional season, is refusing the extension, adds Le Parisien, one of the newspapers with better sources in the French national team.
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