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Lionel Messi says PSG move is a 'possibility' as he bids tearful farewell to Barcelona

(CNN) — As he bid a tearful farewell to Barcelona on Sunday, football superstar Lionel Messi said a move to Paris Saint-Germain was "a possibility." It's been widely reported that Messi has been offered a two-year contract by PSG, though the 34-year-old Argentine said no arrangements had been made with the Parisian giant, nor with any of the other interested clubs regarding his next move.
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Hundreds of PSG fans gather outside the Parc des Princes and Le Bourget Airport trying to catch their first glimpse of Lionel Messi... but he's back at home by the pool in Barcelona rather than flying to France!

Hundreds of excited Paris Saint-Germain fans are waiting outside the Parc des Princes and one of the city's airports in order to catch the first glimpse of Lionel Messi. After a tearful farewell to Barcelona on Sunday, the Argentine superstar is expected in the French capital to capital to complete his transfer to PSG in the next few days.
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Barca fans 'devastated' at Messi exit, one files legal complaints

BARCELONA/PARIS, Aug 9 (Reuters) - Barcelona fans gathered outside Lionel Messi's house on Monday and spoke of their sadness at the club's greatest player leaving after 21 years, while Paris St Germain fans eagerly awaited his arrival in the French capital. One Barca member filed complaints with a French court...
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Newsweek

Why is Lionel Messi Leaving Barcelona? How Spanish Giants Lost Their Icon

Lionel Messi and Barcelona shook world soccer late last week after announcing they will be parting ways after 21 years due to "financial and structural obstacles." Messi joined Barcelona's academy in 2000 and made his first team debut in 2004, going on to win 35 trophies with the Catalans, scoring 474 league goals in 520 games and winning six Ballon d'Or—the trophies reserved to the best player in the world.
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BBC

Tearful Messi addresses Barca exit and future at news conference

It's time to bring this live page to a close. There is so much to wade through from what was an extraordinary and emotional news conference:. A move to PSG is "a possibility, but nothing is agreed" Messi and his family were "convinced" they were going to stay at Barcelona.
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