The dream of the Paris Saint Germain fans is getting closer and closer to being fulfilled: Lionel Messi (34 years old) will become a new player in the French team. Confirmed his goodbye to FC Barcelona last week, the Argentine international has all the ballots to be the new member of a sensational attack with a view to the already started Ligue 1 season .
And he will do it with the letter of freedom under his arm after not having formalized an agreement with the Catalans to expand the bond that united them until last June 30. However, the one who is the great favorite for the title will have to make a series of sacrifices if he wants to take the lead with this star addition.
Among the different players whose future is in danger are the cases of Abdou Diallo, Thilo Kehrer, Idrissa Gueye, Sergio Rico or Rafinha, who have been looking for a destination for some time. To these we must join Mauro Icardi and Ander Herrera, players with a high market value who could leave a significant amount of money in the coffers.
Other significant cases are those of Layvin Kurzawa, who is located in Turkey, Pablo Sarabia whose situation is complicated by the new signings, and even Danilo Pereira. A few hectic days await us in the capital of France.
In search of exits
This is highlighted by the information that we can find on the pages of different media. A clear example is the information from The Athletic, a source according to which Paris Saint Germain will reduce its squad in a more than remarkable way in order to make room in its ranks for the six-time Ballon d'Or.
If these players do not get any reasonable offer from any team then PSG will be forced to back down from Messi signing as there will be no room for him per the amount he will be taking at the club.
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