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Al Ittihad Makes Eye-Watering Offer To Lure Messi To Saudi Arabian League

Al Ittihad Makes Eye-Watering Offer To Lure Messi To Saudi Arabian League
Al Ittihad Makes Eye-Watering Offer To Lure Messi To Saudi Arabian League

Lionel Messi, a famous football player, has not yet agreed to sign a new contract with Paris Saint-Germain. As things stand, he may become a free agent this summer. One possibility is that he may move to Saudi Arabia and play for Al Ittihad, a football club that is willing to pay him a lot of money.

There are many rumours about where Messi might go next, but the latest rumour is especially interesting because of the amount of money involved. If Messi moves to Saudi Arabia, it would be a huge disappointment for Qatar because he would be leaving their football project in Paris.

According to a journalist named Joan Fontes, Al Ittihad is getting ready to make Messi an offer that would pay him $94 million per year. They may have even spoken to Messi’s advisors to see if he is interested in moving to Jeddah.

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Al Ittihad wants to win a national title, which they haven’t done since 2008/09. They want to challenge their rivals Al Hilal and Al Nassr, who have been dominating the league since then. The president of Al Ittihad, Mansour Al Blouwi, is also hoping to make up for failing to convince Ronaldo Nazario to join the team in 2007 when he left Real Madrid.

There have been rumours that Al Hilal has also made several offers to Messi because they want a star player like Ronaldo, who plays for Al Nassr. Al Hilal is coached by an Argentine named Ramon Diaz, and he has talked about the possibility of Messi joining his team.

“If Messi moves to Saudi Arabia, it will be a very powerful moment for this country,” Diaz said before his team’s game against Real Madrid. “We are waiting for that to happen.”
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If Messi does move to Saudi Arabia, it would be a huge boost for the country’s image, especially as it tries to win the right to host the 2030 World Cup.

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