Lionel Messi, who will be 35 years old in 2022-23, is expected to have a strong season, which will prompt Paris Saint-Germain to express interest in extending his current contract. The veteran forward’s contract will be up for renewal in June, at which point he will be able to sign with any team that is interested in signing him.
The Parisian club reportedly agreed to retain the star on Tuesday, with the only remaining details being the length of the contract (whether it is for one year plus two more years or just one more year) and the player’s salary. Marca reported this on Tuesday.
In Paris, everyone agrees that it is “unacceptable as a proposition because it is impossible,” and that the city has no choice but to accept it. The Spanish news site emphasizes that Messi wants to keep playing for the Paris club going forward. There, he has found happiness; he and his family have already adjusted, and the French organization is overjoyed to have the Argentinian working for them.
While Paris Saint-Germain searches out a way to keep Lionel Messi for at least one more season, MLS club Inter Miami isn’t given up its ambition of signing the Argentine forward this summer and is in a position to acquire a pre-contract.
Neville stated that “for us, there has been no change at all” in regard to the environment. “Any deal for any DP at the level you’re discussing is going to be difficult, and it’s going to take some time… You can be sure that we are making every effort, 24 hours a day, seven days a week, to recruit the very best athletes, and I believe that he is one of the very best.