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PSG Transfer News Roundup: Lionel Messi wants to leave the Parisians; Sergio Ramos preparing for Ligue 1 debut, and more – 13th October 2021

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PSG hopes Lionel Messi can finally refer them to a UEFA Champions League triumph. The Parisians have yet to win the coveted trophy, but are among the favorites this season after the arrival of the Argentine.

However, Lionel Messi wants to leave Paris Saint-Germain after becoming frustrated with the invasive French media. In the meantime, Sergio Ramos he is preparing for his long-awaited debut for the Parisians.

In this regard, here is the key PSG story transfer October 13, 2021.


Lionel Messi wants to leave PSG

Lionel Messi is considering severing ties with PSG.
Lionel Messi is considering severing ties with PSG.

Lionel Messi is considering severing ties with PSG within a few months of arriving at Parc Princes, according to South African.

The Argentine joined the giant of Ligue 1 this summer at the end of his contract with Barcelona. The six-time Golden Ball winner endured an unusually slow start to life with the Parisians, but is still one of the best players in the world.

However, Lionel Messi is least pleased with the invasive French media that have haunted him since his arrival in the country. Sensitive information leaked to the press, and the Argentine struggled to cope with the extra care in his private life. Last month, L’Equipe revealed its net salary to the world, putting the six-time Golden Ball winner in a place of embarrassment.

The press also revealed his conversations with real estate agents who disclosed sensitive information about Lionel Messi’s claims for his house.

The extra attention on his private life is in stark contrast to his stay in Spain, where he did not experience such a problem. The Argentine, as such, was forced to reconsider his future, with the winter transfer window around the corner.


Sergio Ramos is preparing for his debut in League 1

PSG plans to hand over the long-awaited debut against Marseille to Sergio Ramos.
PSG plans to hand over the long-awaited debut against Marseille to Sergio Ramos.

PSG plans to hand over the long-awaited debut against Sergio Ramos against him Marseille October 24, according to PSG talks on El Chiringuito television.

The Spaniard joined the Ligue 1 giants on a free transfer this summer, but has not yet made his debut due to injury. He has now reportedly received a green signal from the club’s medical team and is available for selection for Friday’s game.

However, the greats of Ligue 1 may not risk it this week as Ramos returns to action after long spells from the sidelines. Instead, PSG plans to release him against Marseille at El Classique.

PSG plans to permanently sign Nuno Mendes

Paris Saint-Germain plans to activate the purchase option in Nuno Mendes' loans.
Paris Saint-Germain plans to activate the purchase option under the Nuno Mendes loan.

Paris Saint-Germain plans to activate the purchase option under the Nuno Mendes loan, according to Fabrizio Romano.

The Parisians have signed a loan agreement with Nuno Mendes with the option to buy on the last day of summer. Parisians have been impressed by what they have seen so far and are likely to bind him permanently.

Paris Saint-Germain are “delighted” by the influence of Nun Mendes. The plan is to sign it in 2022 for a permanent contract for the purchase of 40 million euros. 🔵🇵🇹 #PSGPSG signed Nuno on loan [€7m] because of financial fair play – but the idea was already clear: he is “one for the future”. https://t.co/ytokAs2ZSR

PSG wants to sign him for 40 million euros in the summer of 2022. The Parisians signed him only on the basis of a loan agreement to comply with FIFA’s regulations on financial fair play, and have always been eager to give him a permanent contract.


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