sport news Lionel Messi's PSG contract details are 'leaked', with £94m paid in wages and ...

sport news Lionel Messi's PSG contract details are 'leaked', with £94m paid in wages and ...
sport news Lionel Messi's PSG contract details are 'leaked', with £94m paid in wages and ...
REVEALED: Lionel Messi's eye-watering PSG contract details are 'leaked', with £94MILLION paid in wages over three years, including a £12.8m-a-year loyalty bonus and a cryptocurrency stake after avoiding a Barcelona pay-cut French newspaper L'Equipe have revealed Lionel Messi's contract details Messi joined Paris Saint-Germain after leaving Barcelona in the summer  His contract will see him earn as much as Neymar and more than Kylian Mbappe  Messi will also pocket money from a cryptocurrency stake worth up to €30m

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Lionel Messi will earn an eye-watering £94m in wages over his three year contract at Paris Saint-Germain it has been revealed.

The world superstar joined the French giants in the summer after Barcelona were unable to tie him down to a new deal because of their financial issues.

French newspaper L'Equipe, have now now 'leaked' the details about the 34-year-old's contract which will see him earn as much as Neymar and more than Kylian Mbappe.

Lionel Messi is set to earn £94m in wages at Paris Saint-Germain over the next three seasons

Lionel Messi is set to earn £94m in wages at Paris Saint-Germain over the next three seasons

French paper L'Equipe have leaked his contract details which also includes a loyalty bonus

French paper L'Equipe have leaked his contract details which also includes a loyalty bonus

It's been said that Messi will receive a net salary of €110 million (£94m) over the next three seasons should he stay at the club.

Messi will earn €30m (£25.6m) this season and €40m (£34.1m) over the following two campaigns before his contract expires in 2024, when he will be 37 years old. 

His salary is similar to what he would have received at Barcelona if he had been able to stay at the club where he made his name.

Messi was forced to leave Barcelona who were unable to tie him down to a new contract

Messi was forced to leave Barcelona who were unable to tie him down to a new contract

Messi was willing to cut his salary by 50% which would have seen him earn a net €30m per season at the Catalan giants.

Those wages though would still have been too high under LaLiga's financial fair play regulations which is what led

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