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Lionel Messi's father addressed the speculation over his future with PSG.

Asserting that "lies will no longer be accepted," Lionel Messi's father has criticized three stories about the Paris Saint-Germain striker.

Messi has six months left on his PSG deal, but he has the option to extend it by another year. PSG is looking at contract extensions, and Messi's previous club Barcelona is interested in reuniting with the 35-year-old.

It's hardly unexpected that Messi has been in the news a lot lately, but his father Jorge has now slammed three reports concerning the Argentina star.

First off, the senior Messi just labeled the rumor as "false news" after claims of a €600 million deal from Saudi Arabian club Al Hilal were rebuffed.

Jorge has also disputed claims that Messi wants a significant influence in the decisions made by PSG.

Also, Jorge denied rumors that Messi skipped PSG training on Thursday that surfaced on social media.

Since Messi's absence was not explained, rumors rapidly circulated on social media that the forward had just left the session because he didn't think it was meaningful or helpful. Messi's father has refuted these reports.

"For how much longer will you continue to lie?" Jorge composed a letter. "How do you know? So, all of it is phony, right?

"Don't trust any of it, no matter how many they write. TO GAIN FOLLOWERS, WE WON'T TOLERATE ANY MORE LIES.

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