Lionel Messi is in the final year of his two-year contract with Paris Saint-Germain, and although rumors suggest the capital club would like to extend him, there’s reportedly no offer.
The Sun reported on Tuesday, so take this with a grain of salt: despite PSG wanting to offer Messi a one-year extension, the French giants are yet to table that deal.
Furthermore, the English media outlet reports that the Argentine has not received any offers from other clubs. This shouldn’t surprise anyone considering the 35-year-old will decide after the FIFA World Cup.
Messi wants to remain focused on the task in late November, which is trying to win the World Cup in what will likely be his last tournament. After that competition, the Argentine intends to evaluate where he wants to continue the final years of his career.
The veteran forward could look to remain in Europe, where FC Barcelona and PSG might be options; however, The Sun adds that the Spanish giant has had zero contact with Messi over a possible return.
Should Messi be done with a career in Europe, there’s also the possibility of heading to the United States and playing in MLS, as he’s always been linked to Inter Miami.