Messi's father breaks his silence.. What did he say about the 600 million euro offer?
Jorge Messi, the father of Argentine Lionel Messi, the French star of Paris Saint-Germain, broke his silence to talk about the future of his son.
Messi, 35, was linked to leaving Paris Saint-Germain after the end of his contract next summer, amid strong attempts by the Saudi Crescent to win his services.
The Parisian club management is trying to renew Messi's contract during the coming period, but he set some special conditions that have not yet been agreed upon regarding the salary and the duration of the contract.
There was strong news during the recent period about Jorge Messi's request for his son to receive an annual salary of up to 600 million euros in exchange for signing for the Saudi Hilal.
In addition, French press reports indicated that Messi entered into an argument with Christophe Galtier, coach of Paris Saint-Germain, after the exit from the Champions League final price by losing to Bayern Munich.
Messi's father published a photo via the Story feature on his official account on the Instagram photo-sharing site, which included 3 news about the Argentine star about the offer of 600 million euros, his crisis with the coach, and his refusal to renew the contract.
And Messi's father wrote one sentence to respond to this news, as he said: "Fake news, do not trust them, we will not accept lies anymore."
And press reports indicate that there is a desire within the Barcelona administration to restore Messi's services, in addition to the presence of official offers from several clubs.
Messi participated with Paris Saint-Germain during the current season in 31 matches in all competitions, during which he scored 18 goals and assisted 17.