Football analyst Khalid Al-Shenaif has claimed that Saudi Pro League club Al-Hilal will sign Lionel Messi, Angel Di Maria, and Sergio Busquets in the summer. The Argentinian duo is currently in the final stages of signing agreements with Juventus and Paris Saint-Germain. Busquets will leave Barcelona at the end of the season.
Al-Shenaif stated in a recent SBC program:
"Messi comes to Al-Hilal with Di Maria and Busquets."
Felix Diaz, editor-in-chief of the Spanish magazine MARCA, stated:
"Al-Hilal wins Messi, Di Maria, and Busquets services."
Diaz went on to say:
"Messi, Di Maria, Busquets, Jordi Alba, and Iniesta are coming to the Arab League."
Diaz also confirmed that Lionel Messi will not return to Barcelona in the summer and will instead join Al-Hilal.
"I assure you that Messi will not go to Barcelona, and his arrival with Di Maria at Al-Hilal is a matter of time."
"Messi's father said it would be difficult for his son to return to Barcelona. Paris will soon announce the Argentine's departure, and the player will come to Al-Hilal."
When Messi arrives in Saudi Arabia, he will reignite his rivalry with Cristiano Ronaldo. If Felix Diaz's comments are anything to go by, the Saudi Arabian Professional League looks to be star-studded next season. Diaz also claimed that Real Madrid striker Karim Benzema is a target for SPL leaders Al-Ittihad. According to earlier reports, Lionel Messi already has a contract with Saudi Pro League club Al-Hilal. However, Messi's father, Jorge Messi, rejected these claims.
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