Has the 2-week disciplinary measure been lifted after a public apology? Messi returns to the PSG training ground after ‘leaving without permission’

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Lionel Messi (36), who missed training without permission, returned to the Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) training ground.

PSG said on its official social media on the 8th (Korean time) that “Messi returned to the training ground on Monday morning.”

Messi was controversial for not attending PSG training the day after the home game against Lorient, which was defeated 1-3 on the 2nd (Korean time). Messi, who was appointed as a Saudi tourism ambassador in May last year, flew to Saudi Arabia the next day. However, it is known that the PSG club’s permission did not fall.

In response, PSG banned Messi from entering the training ground for two weeks and even made a decision to cut his weekly wage. In the end, Messi appeared in a suit on his social media and said, “I thought I would take a break after the match, as always. We are waiting for the club’s decision.” 토스카지노

When Messi appeared at the PSG training ground, local media such as ‘Goal.com’ said, “PSG has not officially mentioned it, but it seems that the two-week training and business suspension imposed on Messi has been lifted.”

When Messi sincerely regrets his mistakes and apologizes for the trip to Saudi Arabia, the PSG leadership seems to have tempered their anger as well. Previously, ‘Requipe’ reported that PSG’s disciplinary action was lifted with Messi’s apology.

Meanwhile, on the same day, Spain’s ‘El Chiringito TV’ reported that Lionel Messi had accepted a mega deal of 260 million pounds (approximately 435.4 billion won) a year with Saudi Arabia’s Al-Hilal this summer, giving up returning to Barcelona when the contract with PSG ends and moving to the Middle East. It drew attention by saying that it would fly to.

Messi, who will be released as a free agent (FA) player at the end of June this year, is known to have given up on renewing his contract with PSG. For this reason, the possibility of returning to Barcelona or transferring to Inter Miami of the US Major League Soccer (MLS) has emerged, but the possibility of going to Al-Hilal for a total of 520 million pounds (approximately 870.6 billion won) over two years has increased.

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