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Barcelona has a desperate offer ready to re-sign Lionel Messi from PSG - Reports

Diario Gol's report suggests that Barcelona are eager to re-sign Lionel Messi from Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) and have a desperate offer ready for the Argentine superstar. Messi's contract with PSG ends this year, and despite Nasser Al-Khelaifi wanting him to stay, negotiations are yet to provide any concrete outcome.

Messi's future with PSG appears questionable after the French club lost to Bayern Munich in the pre-quarterfinals of the Champions League. This has reignited rumors that Messi would make a comeback to Camp Nou, although it appears unlikely that Barcelona will be able to pay his record-breaking wage given their dire financial situation.

But Joan Laporta has a strategy he's already utilized with Dani Alves. In contrast to what he could make elsewhere, Messi would only get about €200,000 annually, according to Madrid-based publication La Razon. But in exchange, the player will receive all of the rewards won in the tribute match.

According to Barcelona, the tribute game might earn around €100 million, which would be added to Messi's pay. According to reports, Messi might be open to moving back to Barcelona, where he could catch up with his close buddy and former teammate Xavi, who is presently in charge of the Catalan giants. In the event that Lionel Messi leaves Barcelona, he has a number of multi-million dollar offers on the table.

The one from David Beckham's Miami squad, who supposedly fantasizes about signing him, appears to be the most promising. Furthermore, Messi wants to move to Saudi Arabia, reigniting his rivalry with Cristiano Ronaldo, who signed a £200 million per season contract with Al Nassr.

The choice ultimately rests with Messi, who has a range of possibilities in the waning years of his professional career. Nonetheless, Joan Laporta and Barcelona supporters are expecting for the comeback of the team's most significant player in history.

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