Saudi Club Offer Lionel Messi Double Ronaldo’s Salary And, 4 Times The IPL Players’ Earnings

Saudi Club Offer Lionel Messi Double Ronaldo’s Salary And, 4 Times The IPL Players’ Earnings. Lionel Messi received a record-breaking offer. Saudi Football club Al Hilal (Al Hilal SFC) club has doubled the remuneration offered to Cristiano Ronaldo by Al Nassr (Al Nassr) in their pursuit of Argentine superstar Lionel Messi. At the same time, Ronaldo transferred from English club Manchester United to Saudi club Al Nasser for a fee of 1800 crore rupees.

Lionel Messi Offer

Football fans worldwide are eagerly anticipating a potential clash between Messi and Portuguese superstar Cristiano Ronaldo in Saudi Arabia. Messi’s contract with French club PSG is due to expire on June 30, which would grant him free agency.

Lionel Messi has been offered a huge deal that would allow him to earn four times the combined salary of all Indian Premier League (IPL) players. The total salary of all players in the ongoing TATA IPL 2023 is Rs 950 crore. Based on this, Messi could potentially earn around 10 crores per day and 300 crores per month.

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Situation Of Lionel Messi In PSG

Al Hilal has offered Lionel an annual salary of 400 million euros (Rs 3600 crore). Negotiations with French club PSG are reportedly almost complete, but Messi’s desire for more control in the team has been met with resistance.

Although Messi has expressed his interest in staying with PSG, the club appears unwilling to meet his demands. In other news, there are unconfirmed reports that English club Manchester United FC is in talks for a swap deal involving Marcus Rashford.

Will Messi Accept The Offer?

According to transfer market expert Romano, Lionel Messi’s top priority is to keep playing in Europe and avoid joining his rival Cristiano Ronaldo, who recently signed with Al-Nassr in Saudi Arabia. Currently, Messi is under contract with Paris Saint Germain, but his two-year deal ends on June 30, which will make him a free agent.

Even though Barcelona’s Vice President confirmed talks with Messi, Romano reported that the club is waiting for Financial Fair Play (FFP) to send their offer before negotiations start. It is still unknown which club Messi will choose to move his career forward.