Watch: Lionel Messi apologizes amid suspension, rumors

Paris Saint-Germain superstar Lionel Messi has apologized after a suspension related to a illegal midweek trip to Saudi Arabia.

“First, I want to apologize to my teammates and the club,” Messi said in a short video shared on his Instagram story on Friday, every Sports news in the sky. “Honestly, I thought we’d have a day off after the game like we did in previous weeks. I’ve already organized this trip but I’ve already canceled. I can’t cancel it again. I repeat. , I want to say sorry for what I did. I am waiting to know what the club wants to do with me.”

It is reported that Messi has received a two-week unpaid suspension because he is only allowed to go on duties related to his role as Saudi Arabia’s tourism ambassador if Paris Saint-Germain win or draw against Lorient. on Sunday last week. Messi still completed the trip after Lorient beat PSG 3-1.

Much next report announced that both Messi and PSG have decided to end their relationship after his two-year contract expires at the end of the season. The 35-year-old man is said to be able to earn about 400 million dollars annually if he joins Saudi Pro League this summer but accused sees a return to Barcelona as a “dream” scenario if both sides can make money and if Messi is willing to accept a huge pay cut, if only for a season.

Messi is likely to feature for Barcelona until next year’s Copa America and beyond join Professional football tournament in Inter Miami.

Interestingly, PSG coach Christophe Galtier told reporters earlier on Friday that he had no role in punishing Messi.

“I was informed by the management at the beginning of the week of the decision to suspend Messi,” commented Galtier. Reuters (h/t ESPN). “When I was informed, it was my responsibility not to comment on it. I was recruited by the club, and that was my role… The decision had nothing to do with me. I was informed about the decision. this decision.”

Credit to Galtier for trying to stay away from what World football transfer expert Fabrizio Romano so-called “last stop” in relation to Messi’s PSG tenure, but it seems the seven-time Ballon d’Or winner has decided to leave the French giants as soon as possible under contract.


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