PSG has punished Lionel Messi for going to Saudi Arabia without permission.

 PSG has punished Lionel Messi for going to   Saudi Arabia without permission.

Following his unauthorised trip to Saudi Arabia, Lionel Messi, the captain of Paris Saint-Germain, has been placed on a two-week paid suspension.


According to reports, the Argentine player requested authorization to perform commercial work but was denied. The 35-year-old also serves as Saudi Arabia's tourist ambassador. This summer, Messi's PSG contract will end, and there have been rumours that Barcelona is interested in re-signing him.


Messi's contract is not expected to be renewed, and PSG supporters appear to support the club's decision.


Although PSG officials don't consider Messi's suspension to be particularly unusual, they have made it clear that younger players will play an important role in the club's future. It also demonstrates the club's zero-tolerance policy regarding discipline.


Messi's absence prevents him from attending PSG's aspirations to win the championship for the ninth time in the past 11 years, in addition to the next two Ligue 1 games. Messi helped PSG win the Ligue 1 championship last season with his 31 goals and 34 assists in 71 appearances across all competitions.


Barcelona has been attempting to get a deal for Messi.

According to reports, Barcelona and LaLiga are discussing how to increase the Financial Fair Play ratio's flexibility. In order to entice Messi back to Barcelona for what is probably going to be his final season playing in Europe, the team hopes to make him a contract offer this summer. However, because they have spent all of their available funds, the club will have to let players go in order to make room for Messi's return.


After playing the full 90 minutes in PSG's Sunday loss to Lorient at home, Messi was suspended. With five games remaining, PSG leads Ligue 1 by five points and is attempting to win their eighth league championship in 11 seasons. Messi's future appears to lie elsewhere, despite rumours that Barcelona wants to lure him back to the Nou Camp.

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