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Lionel Messi had another difficult night last night (Sunday) in the Paris Saint-Germain uniform.
When his name was heard in the introduction of the players before the game against Rann, quite a few of the fans responded with boos - not for the first time this season.
In the game itself, the flea was weak, and at the end, after a 2:0 loss, while most of his teammates thanked the crowd, he himself rushed to the dressing room and looked very frustrated.
It does not work.
Messi (Photo: Reuters)
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In recent weeks, countless rumors have surfaced about the future of the flea, who will become a free agent in the summer: some believed that he would extend his contract at Paris Saint-Germain, but now, several media outlets around the world claim that the separation seems inevitable, and all that remains is to figure out what the destination will be the next.
The world champion is waiting for a huge offer from Saudi Arabia, Barcelona is watching and so is David Beckham's Inter Miami.
Meanwhile, in "Lakip" it is reported that Paris Saint-Germain is really not convinced now about the extension of the player's contract.
"He was disappointed and angry," says Clarin.
"Baola" added: "There is no doubt that he did not like the whistles from the stands."
These things come against the background of the training that the star missed - it is still unclear why - towards the end of last week.
Christophe Galtier refused to comment on the boos, but before the game he told the French media, referring to the boos heard after the loss to Bayern Munich:
There is no reason to boo our players who gave their best.
Why would they whistle for Leo?"
The former player of the French national team Vicente Lizarzo was asked about the issue and said: "I would like Leo to extend his contract for another season, he is the best player in history. The question is, does he have the motivation to win the Champions League, or a major title with Paris?"
"A change of team at the end of the season seems inevitable," wrote the website Goal.Com.
"Paris will never feel like home for Messi. He doesn't seem committed to this team, just as he was committed to the Camp Nou or the Argentina national team."
According to agent Jerome Miri, who specializes in transfers to MLS, "there is a 10-20 percent chance that Messi will come to the United States, because he is being offered an extraordinary project."
Messi was comforted in the arms of his children - a few hours after the end of the game, his wife Antonella published the following photo on Instagram, under the caption: "The best father in the world":
"If nothing changes, Paris Saint-Germain is slowly going to sink," analyzed commentator Daniel Riolo.
"This is how it looks at the moment, but everyone continues to close their eyes."
In France, they claim that Christophe Galtier's status continues to be undermined, although he insisted at the end: "I'm not worried about my future, I'm just trying to make sure we win the championship."
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