Private conversation concerning Messi future revealed by Aguero

Lionel Messi might return to Newell’s Old Boys in a spectacular way.

Furthermore, the 35-year-old Argentine superstar is reportedly considering his options for the future at Paris Saint-Germain.

Sergio Aguero, a close friend and former teammate, says that.

Messi, who signed a two-year contract with PSG in 2021, is allegedly ready to begin contract extension talks.

There are only a few few clubs in the world that could afford to pay his rumoured £43 million annual salary should he decide to leave the Parc des Princes.

He is reportedly “seriously” considering returning to his old club, though.

Messi joined the Rosario club when he was six years old. Messi has always been a fan of “The Lepers.”

After contributing to “The Machine of ’87” and scoring nearly 500 goals, he signed a contract with La Liga powerhouse Barcelona to move to Spain, where he rose to become perhaps the best player in the world.

He was signed by PSG as a free agent when his contract expired two years ago, and he has been a success ever since. Last year, he scored the game-winning goal to help his team win the Ligue 1 championship.

This season, the World Cup winner has been a crucial player once more, and manager Christophe Galtier will want to hold onto the 35-year-old for at least a few more years.

In the locker room, Messi is surrounded by top-tier talent, including Neymar, Kylian Mbappe, and Sergio Ramos in the front.

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What did Aguero exactly said about Lionel Messi?

But Aguero claims he could return home to his native country after living abroad for so many years.

Aguero told UOL: “He is seriously considering the possibility of playing for Newell’s.”

However, Maxi Rodriguez, a mutual friend, lightly reprimanded him for allegedly letting Messi and his future to the public.

He added: “Kun is Kun. He can’t keep quiet. We will see.”

“It is hard to talk about this because then a giant ball of rumours is made. Let’s wait and see what happens. We will not get ahead of the facts.”

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