Sports PSG: Lionel Messi according to Angel di Maria of Paris Anniors
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A few weeks ago, Lionel Messi made a sensation with his change to PSG. Apparently, the Argentine still has problems in his new home.
According to Angel di Maria, Paris Saint-Germains's Top Sommernuzangang Lionel Messi in the French capital does not have a native.
"When Leo comes to food, motorcycles or cars are nearby. Here people are actually very respectful if we go out here, let me alone. But now with Leo we can not go anywhere," said the Argentine Ole over the first weeks of his compatriot at PSG.di Maria: Situation for Messi "Not just"
for Messi, who could lead a relatively quiet life at the FC Barcelona in the coastal village of the FC Barcelona in the coastal town of Castelldefels south of the metropolis, the current situation "not easy".
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Currently, the 34-year-old still lives in the hotel. To finally arrive, he wants to pull his Argentine colleagues in Neuilly-sur-his. "He's looking for something nearby. Leo (Paredes, d. Red.) Lives 50 meters from here, you can drink together mate," says Di Maria. "We help him, my wife talks a lot with Anto (Antonela Rocuzzo, Messis wife; d. Red.) And the children go to the school of my children."
After his farewell to Barca, Messi signed for two years with option for another playing time at PSG.
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