Meho War in Saudi Arabia?… “Al-Hilal offers Messier an annual salary of 570 billion won” Ronaldo doubles

Will there come a day when we can see a match between Lionel Messi (36, Paris Saint-Germain) and Cristiano Ronaldo (38, Al Nasr), also known as the Meho War, on stage in Saudi Arabia?

ESPN quoted a source on the 6th (Korean time) and said, “Negotiations between Messi and PSG have broken down. The possibility of Messi moving to Saudi Arabia has increased.”

“Messi is considering a move to Saudi Arabia to join Al-Hilal, Al Nasr’s rival, when his contract with PSG expires this summer,” the source said.

The future destination of Messi, who left FC Barcelona (Spain) and transferred to PSG in 2021, is receiving great attention from soccer fans around the world.

Messi’s two-year contract with PSG at the time ends this summer.

Messi and PSG are discussing renewing the contract, but are unable to come to a conclusion. PSG, which was fined a large amount for violating the Financial Fair Play (FFP) regulation, is said to have offered Messi a 25% annual salary cut. Currently, Messi’s annual salary is known to be 40 million euros (about 57.5 billion won).

Taking advantage of this gap, clubs in the Middle East are eyeing Messi recruitment with ‘oil money’ at the forefront. Just as Ronaldo made a surprise transfer to Al-Nassr in Saudi Arabia in the winter transfer market in January this year, Al-Hilal is showing great interest in Messi.

On the 5th, reporter Fabricio Romano, a European soccer transfer expert, said on his social media account, “Al-Hilal sent Messi an official scout offer. The annual salary is over 400 million euros (approximately 575.5 billion won).”

Still, Romano added that Messi is considering staying in Europe a top priority

ESPN also left open the possibility of Messi going to Saudi Arabia. The media said, “At the end of last year, high-ranking officials in the Middle East had talks with Messi, but believed that it would be difficult to take him.” told 바카라

Al-Hilal is waiting for an answer after offering Messi a huge sum of more than 574 billion won (400 million euros), which is twice as much as Ronaldo’s 200 million euros (about 287 billion won).

ESPN said, “Barcelona is not easy to recruit Messi due to financial problems,” and “(MLS) Inter Miami has also started negotiations for Messi contract, but it will be difficult to compete with the amount offered by Saudi Arabia.”

The media said, “Al-Hilal is coached by Ramon Dias from Argentina and is the most successful team that has won the Asian Football Confederation Champions League (ACL) several times. It is the biggest and most popular club in Saudi Arabia. Al Nasr belongs to Ronaldo and traditional rivals,” he explained.

If Messi’s trip to Al-Hilal becomes a reality, it seems likely that we will be able to see the extraordinary scenery of Meho War taking place in Saudi Arabia, not the European stage.

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