Lionel Messi suspended by PSG for two weeks following ‘unauthorised trip to Saudi Arabia’

The Ligue 1 giants have sanctioned the Argentine for Lionel Messi unapproved trip to Saudi Arabia

PSG has suspended Lionel Messi for two weeks as a result of his family’s unapproved trip to Saudi Arabia.

According to L’Equipe, Lionel Messi was denied permission to travel to Saudi Arabia by Paris Saint-Germain (PSG). The Argentinean recently boarded a plane to the Middle Eastern nation to fulfill his duties as brand ambassador.

The Parisians had quite recently experienced a stunning 3-1 Ligue 1 home misfortune to Lorient, so his process came at some unacceptable second. As a result, Messi has received criticism for his actions.

The story in L’Equipe says that Nasser Al-Khelaifi took matters into his own hands and gave Lionel Messi a sanction. Whether he will receive a fine or a public sentence is unknown.

Lionel Messi suspended by PSG for two weeks following ‘unauthorised trip to Saudi Arabia’

Messi’s PSG future is already uncertain. The Argentine is getting close to the end of his contract, but he hasn’t signed a new one yet. It is muddled whether the new occasion will only affect his vocation.

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Lionel Messi has gotten fired for his activities often since joining PSG. Messi has unquestionably delivered, as evidenced by his 31 goals and 34 assists in almost two seasons.

However, journalist Gaston Edul claims that L’Equipe’s coverage of the Argentine genius was impolite and disrespectful.

Messi appeared to be in great shape this season. He has contributed 20 objectives and 19 helps to Christophe Galtier’s club up to this point this season in 37 appearances across all rivalries.

It is also known that Lionel Messi’s punishment is a two-week suspension from all activities, including training and receiving a salary.

The 35-year-old is willing to join Barcelona, but the club’s financial woes may prevent him from joining his former team. The upcoming season’s outcome will be fascinating to follow.

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