Lionel Messi happy to be on PSG
Lionel Messi, 34, has revealed that he is thrilled to be at PSG, with the Argentina superstar professing that he has no regrets about choosing a Ligue 1 outfit as his new home.
What did Lionel Messi say?
Messi, one of the favorites for the 2021 Ballon d’Or, arrived at the Parc des Princes in August after spending his entire career in Barcelona at the club level. It was a somewhat controversial start to life in the French capital for the 34-year-old, however – but reflecting on his first two months, the striker insists it was an easy call after all.
Lionel Messi said that Barça issued a statement saying he was not going to continue and from that point began to wonder how he was going to rebound. He had to find a new club to pursue a career. Messi is fortunate to have been contacted by several clubs including Paris Saint-Germain. Lionel Messi is grateful to the club because he was treated very well from the start.
They showed that they really want Messi and care. The 34-year-old player thanks them because he is very happy today. Lionel got other offers, but … they quickly came to an agreement with Paris Saint-Germain. He obviously won the project, the players Messi has, the quality of the group … all these elements made it easier to find an agreement.
According to Lionel Messi, knowing that he had friends in the locker, the room allowed him to tell himself that it would be easy. And Messi was not wrong because it was very easy to integrate, especially because there are many players who speak Spanish like him.
Messi’s talent remains unchanged
After being brought to the Camp Nou at a young age, Messi’s move to Paris – especially in the twilight of a career that is expected to be fully spent with Barcelona – has caused trouble for the striker. The need to resume full fitness after a busy summer with Argentina and then rapid-fire international breaks through September and October disrupted any rhythms he could build. But a scoring sight against Man City in the Champions League late last month showed that while he may still need more time to adapt, his talent remains unchanged.