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Breaking: Kylian Mbappe to not extend his PSG contract

Paris St. Germain star Kylian Mbappe has informed the authorities about his decision to not extend his contract. As per a report in L’Équipé, Mbappe’s contract which is due to expire in June 2024 has an option wherein the footballer can extend for one more year. However, it appears the footballer doesn’t want to extend his stay in the French capital.

Mbappe has been at the club since 2018 after signing from Monaco in a transfer worth a reported $190 million. He has been a pivotal figure for PSG winning five French league titles with the club. However, with Mbappe’s decision, PSG is left with nothing but to sell the player before his contract expires. PSG would not allow Mbappe to leave as a free agent, thus raising the possibility of a transfer battle between clubs this season. Real Madrid who saw their star striker Karim Benzema depart from the club this season will be in the lines to get their hands on the French superstar and strengthen their attacking options. Manchester United and Chelsea will also be looking to sign the superstar.

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Football & Studs

With this decision by Mbappe, PSG fans are left stunned. The club saw Lionel Messi leave them and join Major League Soccer club Inter Miami. Neymar Jr. who is also an important player for the club is also being reported to be approached by Saudi Pro League club Al-Hilal.

Meanwhile, all things aren’t bad for PSG. It is reported that Manchester City star Bernardo Silva is joining Paris St. Germain. Silva has been a big part of Manchester City’s defence and will be a vital cog in PSG’s midfield.


Breaking: Lionel Messi announces move to join MLS side Inter Miami

It’s an end of an era. After the news of Karim Benzema departing from Real Madrid, Lionel Messi has announced a shocking move. The Argentinian superstar has announced a move to Major League Soccer club Inter Miami on a free transfer.

Messi, who was believed to be re-joining Barcelona will be plying his trade for the American club. Confirming his imminent switch to MLS, Messi said, “I made the decision that I am going to go to Miami. I still haven’t closed it 100 per cent. I’m missing some things but we decided to continue the path.”

He further stated, “I had offers from other European teams but I didn’t even evaluate them because my idea was to go to Barcelona. If the Barcelona thing didn’t work out, then leaving European football, much more after winning the World Cup, was what I needed. Finishing my career on this side and living the United States league in a different way, enjoying day to day much more but with the same responsibility of wanting to win and always doing things well, but with more peace of mind.”


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Football & Studs

Despite a mega-money offer from Saudi side Al-Hilal, who were widely expected to sign the 35-year-old until it was revealed he had delayed a move to the Middle East, Messi has opted to head stateside to join up with Inter Miami – the club co-owned by former PSG, Manchester United and Real Madrid star, David Beckham. Messi’s former club Barcelona had also been desperate to re-sign him, but a return to Camp Nou has not materialised after protracted courting from the Blaugrana.

Lionel Messi is a legend. The World champion has played for Barcelona for the majority of his career. He joined Barcelona’s academy at 13 years old after leaving his homeland. At Barcelona, he became the Catalan club’s greatest icon, scoring a record 672 goals in 778 games, winning 35 trophies, including four Champions League triumphs and 10 La Liga titles.

After his unexpected Barcelona departure, Messi linked up in Paris with his former teammate Neymar Jr. and Kylian Mbappe in a star-studded attacking trident, but PSG flattered to deceive during his time at the club.

With Messi departing from European football, it is literally the end of an era.

Lionel Messi In blue and white verticle line jersey

PSG suspends star player Lionel Messi for two weeks

Ligue 1 leaders Paris St. Germain have suspended their star player Lionel Messi for two weeks. The suspension came as a result of an unauthorized trip to Saudi Arabia by the Argentinian footballer.

As per a report by RMC Sport, Messi’s suspension will be valid for the next two weeks and it could include no chance to play games and participate in group training. Messi will miss the upcoming Ligue 1 matches against Troyes and Ajaccio but might return for the match against Auxerre on May 21.

Messi’s trip followed PSG’s surprise 3-1 loss to Lorient on Sunday, leaving the defending champions with a five-point lead over Marseille with five games left in the season. Lionel Messi played the entire 90 minutes.

L’Equipe had reported that PSG coach Christophe Galtier pledged to give his players two days off — Monday and Tuesday — if they beat Lorient. Instead, the team trained on Monday and had Tuesday off.

The World Cup-winning skipper whose contract with PSG is about to expire soon requested permission to take the trip, but PSG denied the request. The suspension comes at a very crucial moment for PSG, who had hoped to extend Messi’s contract beyond the current season.

With this suspension, the rumors about Messi not extending his contract with PSG becomes even more strong.

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