GOAT war shifts to Saudi with Messi’s rumoured move to Al Nassr’s rivals, Al-Hilal


Lionel Messi’s father, Jorge, is believed to be in Riyadh to hold talks with Al-Hilal over the possibility of the player joining the Saudi club.
The deal would see Messi earn a staggering £245m-a-year.

The 35-year-old’s current contract with PSG expires in June and Al-Hilal is keen to take him to the Middle East.

They would be willing to pay him $300m-a-year (£245m) to get a deal over the line, according to Mundo Deportivo.

If it becomes a reality, the move could see Messi renew his on-pitch rivalry with Cristiano Ronaldo.

Ronaldo joined Al-Hilal’s rivals Al-Nassr last month and will receive £175m-a-year.

Should Messi accept Al-Hilal’s proposal, he would earn significantly more than Ronaldo and would get the chance to play against his great rival once more, according to DailyReport.
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