“Messi’s Team Leaves Fans Bewildered by Denying Alleged Accord; To Decide Fate Only After Season’s End!”

In an intriguing turn of events, the future of football megastar Leo Messi remains shrouded in mystery. While rumors have been rife about an agreement between the Argentinian and Saudi Arabian giants Al-Hilal, his official spokesperson has told ‘EFE’ that no final decision has been made on his future yet. It is believed that Messi’s father has also dismissed the talks of an agreement. With the footballer’s departure from PSG still under speculation, the stakes are high, with several media outlets claiming that he has a verbal agreement with the Saudi side. The deal reportedly includes conditionally signing for two years, with an additional optional year, for a whopping sum of 500 million euros annually, which, if bonuses are added, could cross the 600-million-euro mark. While no decision has been made yet, the possibility of Messi staying with a European club to play the Copa America 2024 and the World Cup in 2026 cannot be ruled out. Meanwhile, Barcelona is running out of time, and La Liga’s decision to allow them to bring in new players over the summer depends on their adherence to Financial Fair Play rules. Messi’s visit to Saudi Arabia last week further fueled the flames, leading to PSG fining him for missing training without an agreement. If the Saudi deal goes through, it could lead to the departure of Messi’s close friend and Barcelona captain, Sergio Busquets. However, while the French press and international media speculate on Messi’s next move, his closest allies insist that no decision has been made yet. Only time will tell where the Argentinian star will end up, and if he moves to Al-Hilal, he may reignite his rivalry with Cristiano Ronaldo, who currently plays for Al Nassr, taking the battle to the Persian Gulf.

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