Qatar-owned PSG sign Barcelona, Argentina legend Messi

French top flight team Paris Saint German (PSG), signed Tuesday a two-year contract with Barcelona and Argentinian super star Lionel Messi whose bond with the Catalonian team cut off last week.
Messi signed in the afternoon the deal alongside PSG chairman Nasser Al-Khelaifi after arriving in the French capital at Le Bourget Airport where hundreds of fans were waiting.
The French side in a statement said the six-time Ballon d’Or holder will be unveiled today Wednesday at 11am local time (0900GMT).
Messi who signed as free agent will wear the number 30, the number he had when he began his professional career at Barcelona between 2004-2006. The all-time scorer Barcelona scorer is joining former team and friend Neymar who rejoiced the transfer.
With the 34-years-old player, PSG owned by Qatar, go down in history as the first French team to sign a global super star. The team coached by Argentine Mauricio Pochettino, now also include France forward Kylian Mbappe, Italy goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma, Spain center-back Sergio Ramos, and are touted as the best team to the claim 2021-2022 European Champions League title.

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