In a strange move, the Spanish newspaper El Mundo revealed on the front page the details of the contract of star soccer player Lionel Messi, and the numbers mentioned are the largest ever for athletes due to the contract. Insisted that there was.
According to newspaper reports, Messi will receive € 555,237,619 (INR 4920 Chlore, about) in four seasons of Barcelona if all conditions of the contract are met by the player. The newspaper claimed that Messi had already earned € 511,540,545, even though the deal was still five months before its expiration in June.
Elmundo’s report, released Saturday night, suggested that Barcelona agreed to pay Messi € 138 million per season, including variables.
The contract also included a contract fee of € 115,225,000 and a “loyalty” bonus of € 77,929,955 just to accept the renewal of the contract.
What a bomb today’s Elmundo!Leo Messi’s deal with Barcelona revealed on front page @elmundoes
–€ 555,237,619 contract [4 years]..
-Fixed + variables of € 138 million per season.
-€ 115,225,000 as a “renewal fee” just to accept the contract.
-Loyalty bonus of € 77,929,955. pic.twitter.com/FK3I34hJta
— Fabrizio Romano (@FabrizioRomano) January 31, 2021
This comes after a report suggesting that Messi will leave the club after Messi’s contract expires on June 30, this year. The four-year contract was signed by both parties on 17 November.
According to the terms of the contract, Messi was free to use it when he tried to leave the club last summer, but eventually continued until the end of his current contract.
Messi’s attempt shocked the football world, and one of the many reasons for that attempt was the declining form of Barcelona. Messi led the team to win La Liga in the 2018 and 2019 seasons, but their poor run in the Champions League was due to their poor qualifying seasons in Rome, Liverpool and Bayern, respectively. Crushed by Munich.
Spanish newspaper leaks Messi’s contract on front page, reports say it’s the biggest in sports history
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