Going to Saudi Arabia without permission, Messi received a heavy penalty from PSG

Accordingly, the old Argentine general, Lionel Messi was suspended by PSG for 2 weeks immediately after making a trip to Saudi Arabia without permission.

According to information from the French press, PSG suspended Messi for two weeks, and decided not to renew the contract of the Argentine player after he made a trip to Saudi Arabia without the permission of the board of directors.

Messi played the full 90 minutes for the Parisians on Sunday as they were beaten 1-3 at home by Lorient. And right after that defeat, the seven-time Ballon d’Or winner boarded a plane to Saudi Arabia with his family.

It was part of a mandatory contractual trip as Messi is an ambassador for Saudi Arabia’s tourism industry. La Pulga visited the Middle Eastern country for the third time and was spotted at Riyadh airport.

However, the fact that Messi did not tell the PSG leadership about this trip made them unhappy. As a result, RMC Sport said Messi has been punished and will be suspended for the next two weeks. As such, the Argentine superstar will miss the matches with Troyes and Ajaccio.

In Ligue 1 this season, Messi has scored 15 goals and provided 15 assists in 28 matches. His contract expires at the end of the season. And that means Messi may have played his last game for the French giants. L’Equipe now confirms PSG will not sign a new Argentine player, although Messi’s team is still interested in negotiating.

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