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As yet another Saudi Arabian club enters the transfer market and offers 310 million euros, Lionel Messi will likely join Cristiano Ronaldo: Report

Lionel Messi is expected to join Cristiano Ronaldo in Saudi Arabia. According to reports, another club has signed a super arrangement to join the exchange race.

Under Lionel Messi’s leadership, Argentina defeated France in the FIFA World Cup final in Qatar last year. The Argentine captain’s outstanding performance throughout the tournament earned him the Golden Ball.

The attacker has resumed playing for the giants of Ligue 1 since returning to PSG. PSG will try to win the UEFA Champions League this season. Which was the reason the club bought him in the first place.

According to Marca, a Spanish media outlet. The Argentine maestro may be headed to the Saudi Pro League like his rival Cristiano Ronaldo. The Argentine maestro’s final season in France may also be this one.

Messi’s PSG contract, which expires this summer, has not yet been signed. Al-Hilal once held the lead, but Al-Ittihad is said to be the favorite to acquire the former Barcelona captain. In a stunning move.

Ronaldo agreed to a two-and-a-half-year deal with Saudi Arabian club Al Nassr worth more than 200 million euros.

The Portugal captain’s contract with Manchester United was terminated following a contentious interview with broadcaster Piers Morgan in which he criticized the club’s hierarchy and manager Erik ten Hag.

According to reports, Al-Ittihad and Al-Hilal are prepared to offer Messi as much as 310 million euros. Argentina defeated France 4-2 on penalties in the World Cup final, which ended in a thrilling 3-3 draw.

Messi converted a penalty kick in the 23rd minute after Angel Di Maria was fouled in the French box, giving Argentina the lead in a close game.

In the 36th minute of a quick counterattack. Di Maria scored with an assist from Alexis MacAllister to make it 2-0. For France, Kylian Mbappe staged a comeback, but Argentina appeared to win easily in the second half.

The PSG striker brought the game back to parity in 97 seconds. After Kolo Muani was brought down in the Argentinean box, he converted a penalty kick in the 80th minute. In the 81st minute, France scored a stunning volley to tie the score at 2-2.

Argentina appeared to have won after Messi scored in the 108th minute, and both teams started looking for a winner in extra time.

However, Mbappe converted a penalty kick in the 118th minute to make it 3-3 for his team. Emiliano Martinez, who also stopped goals from Kingsley Coman and Aurelien Tchouameni, helped Argentina win the penalty shootout 4-2.

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