The club for whom Lionel Messi will play next season has been announced. The 35-year-old is hoping to return to Barcelona provided the Catalans accept his demands.
According to El Nacional, Messi wants to return to Camp Nou but has set several conditions for club president Joan Laporta in order for his return to become a reality.
The Argentine is expected to reject a €300 million per season offer from Real Madrid.
Al-Hilal is a Saudi Arabian club. If Messi accepted the offer, he would become the highest-paid footballer in the world, but he would rather return to Spain.
Messi wants a competitive football project that will give him a chance to win titles at his old club, and he also wants to be the club’s linchpin.
The Argentine World Cup winner has also notified the Spanish club that he will return as the club’s offensive spearhead and proud owner of the legendary number 10.
Contrary to popular belief, Messi will not be lacing up his boots for a pittance, as the 35-year-old believes his pay should reflect his status in the locker room.
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According to El Nacional, he wants to be the highest-paid player at Camp Nou and has stated unequivocally that no teammate will be paid more than him.
This illness has a direct impact on Robert Lewandowski, who presently earns €10 million net per year, a sum that is expected to rise to €16 million by 2024.