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Wednesday, August 11, 2021

Lionel Messi press conference live:after psg move, La Liga battle, Neymar's delight, PSG transfer, Chelsea link

  Hello, and welcome to real chelsea fans live coverage of Paris Saint-Germain's press conference following the arrival of Lionel Messi ...

 


Hello, and welcome to real chelsea fans live coverage of Paris Saint-Germain's press conference following the arrival of Lionel Messi in the French capital. Messi was linked with a number of clubs over the last year, including both Manchester City and Chelsea, with contract disputes clouding his last two years at Barcelona.


With the Spanish club's financial difficulties meaning they were unable to re-register Messi following the expiration of his deal this summer, the six-time Ballon d'Or winner was forced to leave the Catalan side despite his wishes to stay. PSG are one of the few clubs in world football able to finance a deal for Messi, with the attacker set to earn a reported €25million (£21.2million) per year in addition to the same amount in a signing bonus. We'll bring you everything the club and player have to say live below.


Messi admits leaving Barcelona was 'so hard'

 The footballing icon admitted that leaving the Catalan giants was extremely hard, although, he is excited for a new chapter. “Leaving Barcelona was so hard. But I’m so happy to join Paris Saint-Germain, ambitious club with a top team. "They’ve been so fast and serious in the negotiations immediately after Barca statement last Thursday.”


And we are live PSG president Nasser Al-Khelaifi has admitted he is over the moon to have Messi at the club

. "I would like to welcome Leo to the PSG family. I am proud to present Leo as a PSG player. It is an historic day for the club and the football world. Everybody knows Leo. He makes football magic, beautiful and he is a winner." "It is very exciting for our fans worldwide.There was a great desire from both sides to make this happen. I would like to think Leo and your family for making this happen. "This is just the start. The hard work will start now. I am sure he is going to bring us a lot of trophies with his team-mates."


Messi's first words as a PSG player After signing for PSG,

 Messi admitted he was delighted to start the new chapter of his footballing career in the French capital. "I am excited to begin a new chapter of my career at Paris Saint-Germain", he told the club's website. "Everything about the club matches my football ambitions. I know how talented the squad and the coaching staff are here. "I am determined to help build something special for the club and the fans, and I am looking forward to stepping out onto the pitch at the Parc des Princes.”


Messi jersey sells out Messi has chosen to wear the No 30 jersey with the French giants, which is the same number he donned when he made his Barcelona debut. And The Sun reported that both Messi’s home and away shirts sold out in less than 20 minutes after they were unveiled in the club’s official store.




Lionel Messi has been announced as a PSG player despite interest from Chelsea.


Real Madrid legal action La Liga stopped Messi's proposed contract renewal with Barcelona going through due to the Catalan club's current financial problems.

 And Spanish giants Real Madrid have announced that they plan to bring 'legal actions against the president of LaLiga, Mr. Javier Tebas Medrano, against Mr. Javier de Jaime Guijarro responsible of the CVC Fund and against the CVC Capital Partners.' Los Blancos are reportedly frustrated with the share of TV rights to a private equity company, resulting in the ongoing legal battle


Berbatov 'still crying' over Messi

 Former Spurs and Manchester United frontman Dimitar Berbatov admitted that watching Lionel Messi's Barcelona goodbye was extremely painful. "I'm still crying about Lionel Messi. Football with never be the same again for Barcelona and it is the end of an era" Berbatov told Betfair. "I didn't expect it to happen and it was tough to watch his press conference, leaving home is never easy and I can imagine a lot of the fans are very unhappy. "Football can be cruel.

 On the other hand, it is a new chapter and a new adventure for Messi, he can go on and challenge himself outside his comfort zone. He doesn't have anything to prove to anybody, only to himself."

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