Sport Career advises against Messi at PSG

22:00  08 february  2021
22:00  08 february  2021 Source:   sports.fr

PSG - Barça: tension mounts for Messi

 PSG - Barça: tension mounts for Messi Vivid for several years, the aversion between FC Barcelona and Paris Saint-Germain could take a whole different turn in a few weeks. It had started with the offensives of the Catalan club for several Parisian executives - Thiago Silva, Marquinhos and especially Marco Verratti.

Lionel Messi, pas forcément un grand atout sportif pour le PSG. © Supplied by Sports.fr Lionel Messi, not necessarily a great sporting asset for PSG. At the end of the contract next June, is free to negotiate with the club of his choice since January 1st. While it is going through an unprecedented crisis (1.173 billion in debts), it seems armed to attract one of the jewels of the football planet: a six-fold Golden Ball which certainly has no shortage of suitors but whose odds are cooling many ardor. To afford La Pulga in fact - in addition to a hell of a signing bonus - you have to be able to match nearly 75 million euros in emoluments each year, in net terms. Asked by France Football, economist Pierre Rondeau suggests a solution: "We should do as with David Beckham. At the time, he had been paid through foundations, explaining that he hardly touched anything to play. A few years later, the Qataris invested in his club in Miami. It could work ... "It remains to measure the sporting interest of such a deal, beyond economic considerations. And for a workforce already with offensive assets such as Neymar, Kylian Mbappé, Angel Di Maria and Mauro Icardi, the question certainly arises.

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Selon Pierre Rondeau, économiste du sport, il est “Sportingly, I would not bring him” Former player turned consultant, Eric Carrière readily answers this thorny question. “Sportingly, I wouldn't bring him in. I'm a pro Messi, but football has evolved. The teams that win the Champions League are the ones that put on intensity. Messi will bring on controlled matches. Against Dijon, Metz or Lorient, it will work. But what will happen against Liverpool or Real? Presented like this, the point is not to be overlooked. But can we be reasonable and reasoned when such an opportunity presents itself?

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