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Lionel Messi Reached Agreement With Al-Hillal? Messi Decision CONFIRMED!

Rumours have been making the rounds Lionel Messi has agreed a record £260m-a-year deal with Saudi club, Al-Hilal, Breaking Sport News reports.

Breaking Sport News understands Lionel Messi summer exit from PSG is on the cards due to the fractured relationship between him and PSG.

The 35-year-old is yet to renew his contract with PSG and is seemingly set to exit the club as the relationship between him and the club turns dire.

Last week, he was placed on 15 days suspension from PSG squad following his unauthorized trip to Saudi Arabia.

Following his suspension, Messi issued a grovelling apology to PSG and his teammates, explaining why he skipped PSG training and undertook the trip.

According to Daily Mail, Messi has been reinstated by PSG following his apology and will feature in the club’s next Ligue 1 clash after missing out on the 3-1 win over Troyes due to the suspension.

PSG tweeted a snap of Messi returning back to PSG training to confirm the club’s decision to lift the 15 days ban.

However, Messi’s imminent exit from PSG is guaranteed despite the seeming reconciliation between him and the club.

There have been rumours linking him to a return to Barcelona in LaLiga.

He has also been linked to a move to MLS side, Inter Miami, owned by English football legend David Beckham.

Also, Messi has been strongly linked with a move to Al-Hillal in Saudi Arabia with the Saudi club reportedly offering him a mega £260m-a-year deal which will make him the highest-paid footballer in the world.

Reports from Spanish media says Lionel Messi has already agreed to the offer by Al-Hilal.

Now, according to Mundo Deportivo, Messi representatives has debunked reports that Messi has reached an agreement with Al-Hilal.

The report adds Messi does not intend to take a decision on his future until June 4 when the 2022/23 Ligue 1 season comes to an end.

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