BREAKING! Saudi Club Al Hilal Offer Lionel Messi €400m Per Year Contract (Details)

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Saudi Arabia club Al Hilal have now submitted their first proposal to sign Lionel Messi worth £350 million-per-year, MySportDab reports. 

Al Hilal submitted their proposal to Messi and his representatives as they try to lure him to leave PSG this summer.

According to Fabrizio Romano, The €400m contract would see Messi earn more than the £177m Cristiano Ronaldo earns at Al-Nassr.

Should Messi join the Saudi League, it would be the first time since 2018 that both players remain in the same league since La Liga.

Messi could receive a massive payday to end his career if he leaves PSG at the end of the season once his contract expires.

However, Barcelona are still working on trying to bring back the 35-year-old to Spain and must fix their financial issues.

But Messi could reject the Saudi Arabia offer due to interest from teams playing in Europe’s top leagues.

His main priority now is to continue his football career in Europe after winning the 2022 World Cup.

The Argentine is also not in an hurry to make a decision on his future.

Meanwhile, PSG want to keep Messi at the club but there has been a breakdown in the relationship between them.

The seven-time Ballon d’Or winner has rejected PSG’s latest offer as he wants guarantees on PSG’s sporting direction.

Barcelona have so far not yet opened talks with their former player and are waiting to understand the financial consequences.

If they can afford it financially, Barca would attempt to wrap up Messi’s return quickly to win the battle with other teams.

Messi left Barcelona in 2015 after spending 21 years and winning 35 trophies during his time at the Spanish club.

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