Only Paris Saint-Germain survives as a possible destination for Lionel Messi. The official announcement will come soon after his health check-up on Sunday night or Monday morning. Such claims of multiple media. But not as easy as it seems. A complaint has been lodged with the European Commission to block PSG's contract with the Argentine forward.


The Spanish sports daily Marca said there had been complaints about financial issues. They claim that according to the financial fair play, PSG will not be able to sign a contract with Messi. Barcelona members to the Court of Appeal. Juan Branco said in a statement, "The PSG ratio is worse than that of Barcelona in terms of financial fair play."

Complained to stop PSG's contract with Messi
Complained to stop PSG's contract with Messi



The statement added: "99 per cent of PSG's earnings for the 2019-20 season have been used for salaries, compared to 54 per cent for Barcelona." Their hope is that PSG will not be able to sign Messi. Complainants claim that "the competition has been distorted due to the expense of the French club."


It said Juan Laporta's failure to renew his contract with Messi was due to the fact that Barcelona's salary would have been 110 per cent higher than the conditions imposed by the European Union and La Liga. Even if Messi agrees to take 50 percent less salary.