The Argentine is happy in Paris and convinced he can compete at the top level still
Leo Messi has recovered old sensations this season, a feeling that he did not quite find last year. It was difficult for him to adapt to a new city, a new club, a new culture and a new language -- for him and his family. The different injuries and a bout of Covid that lasted a month and a half did not help either. It's been more than a year since he landed in Paris and now Messi and his family are very happy in France. Both on the pitch, where his numbers speak for themselves (11 goals and 12 assists in 16 games) and he has found his place and a suitable environment at the club, and off it, with his family also adapting to the new city.
Messi's intention is to decide his future after the World Cup. He doesn't want anything to distract him from his goal of winning his first World Cup and, at the same time, winning the Champions League again with PSG. Two goals that, without a doubt, would secure him another Ballon d'Or, an award for which he was not nominated this season.
At this time, if Messi had to decide, PSG has a huge advantage over possible competitors, whether it be Miami in MLS -- because Messi is convinced that he can still fight for the biggest trophies -- or Barcelona. Messi is in good harmony both with his PSG teammates and with the board and has already done the most complicated thing, which is achieving a good adaptation to PSG. He is happy in Paris and there seems to be no great reason to change.
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