Messi Joins PSG After Leaving Barcelona

So deep breaths, yeah take it in. You done? Good. Now, brace yourself for this disheartening news. Because right after Lionel Messi leaves Barcelona, which was a historically tragic move, he immediately signed in to PSG(Paris Saint-Germain) afterwards. Yeah, the French has him now.

Long Lived Barcelona

Messi has completed his move to PSG just now. Signing up for 2 years, with the option of adding another one later on. Despite the fact that he cried his tears out for Barcelona, putting up quite a stage show, one we’ve written about earlier, Messi made the transition, uhhh, pretty fast.

Messi, signing up for Paris Saint-Germain

“I am excited to begin a new chapter of my career at Paris Saint-Germain” Said the pretentious jerk. While his fans shed tears, he’s rolling on dough. Large dough. According to Associated Press, he is slated to earn 35 million Euros per net.

Barcelona have tried to get him to renew his contract, of course to no avail, as he has moved forward with PSG fully. A lateral move (unless there are other incentives he’s getting), with Messi’s goal of working with the best coaches in the league. Of which he has recognized will help him better himself in his Football career.

His jersey no. is 30. Which is the same number he began with Barcelona from 2004-06. Quite touching. PSG fans were no doubt very ecstatic, much in French fashion, they rushed to see him enter Paris. Police were dispatch to control the crowds, but knowing the French, they know how to say “push around”.

The all-time great is still Cristiano Ronaldo. Of which title Messi is yet to take. Messi has been with Barcelona since he was 13-years old. That’s very young. He has won 4 Champions League for Barcelona. Most of the members of PSG embraced him with warm welcomes and hopeful endeavors. But Barcelona is going to have a hard time coming back from this, especially the fans.

Written by Excalibruh

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