Reports reveal Lionel Messi’s “brutal” demands to renew his contract with Barcelona

Spanish press reports revealed the financial demands set by Argentine star Lionel Messi to sign his last contract with Barcelona before moving to Paris Saint-Germain.

And the newspaper “El Mundo” said that Lionel Messi asked the management of Juan Laporta to obtain a signing bonus of 10 million euros, in addition to recovering the amount he reduced from his salary during the Corona period with an interest of 3%.

Lionel Messi also demanded that a simple penalty clause be placed in his contract worth only $10,000, and the flea also requested the allocation of a special runway for his family, in addition to a private plane trip for all his family members on Christmas, and other special matters.

The Spanish newspaper report also confirmed that Lionel Messi asked the Barcelona administration to bear any increase in taxes on his salary if this happened.

The newspaper confirmed that Lionel Messi’s demands were “very brutal”, which put the sword on the heads of those responsible for Barcelona.

The Argentine star of Paris Saint-Germain, Lionel Messi, continued his records after scoring the goal of his team’s victory over Lyon in the match that brought the two teams together last Sunday evening, at the Groupama Stadium, at the end of the eighth round of the competition.

The Argentine star, Lionel Messi, scored the goal of Paris Saint-Germain, just 5 minutes after the start of the match, with a creeping shot to the right of the Lyon goalkeeper.

Messi raised his score to 6 goals with Paris Saint-Germain this season after 11 games with the French giant, while he succeeded in overcoming his eternal rival Cristiano Ronaldo, the English star of Manchester United, by scoring more goals than the Portuguese, without counting penalties.

Messi raised his score to 672 goals from 980 games, compared to 671 goals from 1130 games that Cristiano played in all competitions, with the Argentine playing 150 fewer games than the Portuguese.

Paris Saint-Germain topped the French league standings with 22 points, two points ahead of runner-up Marseille with 20 points, while Lyon’s balance stopped at 13 points in sixth place.

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