Saudi Arabia intends to continue investing heavily in the transfer market. After Al Nassr, who enlisted Cristiano Ronaldo, it is the turn of his main rival, Al Hilal, to enter the race… for Lionel Messi. The Spanish newspaper Mundo Deportivo claims on Thursday that the Riyadh club is ready to offer the Argentinian international a “juicy” contract, including a salary of no less than 300 million dollars (278.9 million euros) per year.
It would, by the way, be an even greater value than the one included in the Portuguese striker’s contract with Al Nassr. Cr7 signed a lease for two and a half seasons for a salary of 200 million euros. The objective is to strengthen the country’s candidacy for the organization of the 2030 World Cup, now with the arrival of another “star” of world football, whose contract with Paris Saint-Germain ends next June.
which means that Pulga will not continue with PSG, and his attitude at the end of the PSG-Angers match, where he was not celebrated by the fans after his World Cup, shows that there is discomfort.