Me and Messi lived like hell at Paris Saint-Germain.”
Neymar Junior (Al Hilal) defined life as hell at Paris Saint-Germain earlier this month. He is not only himself. This is the life that Lionel Messi (Inter Miami) also suffered.
Paris Saint-Germain’s offensive against Messi is still ongoing. To top it off, Vitinya, who currently plays for Paris Saint-Germain, has come forward and denied the rumors. French media claimed day after day that Vitinha was criticized by Messi last season, saying, “You are below standard.”
However, Vitinya said on his social networking service (SNS) on the 21st (Korean time), “L’Equipe’s report that I was insulted by Messi is fake news,” and “I usually don’t react to the media, but this time I have to say it. That rumor.” “It’s completely false,” he said.
Vitinha stuck out his tongue at Paris Saint-Germain’s media play, which was trying to undermine his value while still trying to tear Messi down. Neymar’s statement that “Paris Saint-Germain was hell for Messi” is still true.
Neymar said through Brazilian media ‘Globu Esporte’, “I was very happy to see Messi win the World Cup in Qatar last year. He had a heavenly time with the Argentina national team. From a football perspective, I think it was very fair that he won the World Cup. “I appreciate it,” he said, welcoming Messi’s achievements with the national team as if it were his own work.
However, he tilted his head about his life at Paris Saint-Germain. Neymar said, “The reason I feel sad about Messi is because he lived a life like two sides of the same coin. Messi is a player who trains and fights every day, but if he loses, he is unfairly criticized. Especially when he leaves Paris Saint-Germain. “I was treated like I shouldn’t have been treated,” he said angrily.스포츠토토
At the same time, he strongly criticized, saying, “Messi and I had a hellish time at Paris Saint-Germain.” Neymar revealed the background that turned into hell, saying, “We gathered at Paris Saint-Germain to become champions and make history. Unfortunately, we did not succeed.”
As Neymar said, Paris Saint-Germain’s long-cherished dream is to reach the top of the UEFA Champions League. To this end, they poured a huge amount of money into signing Neymar, Messi, and Kylian Mbappe. In the previous generation, great names such as Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Edinson Cavani, and Thiago Silva passed through the ranks, but they failed to reach the top of Europe.
Neymar and Messi also struggled. Neymar scored 118 goals in 173 games, and Messi also scored 32 goals and 35 assists in two seasons. However, he could not satisfy the fans with his performance without the Champions League trophy.
At the end of last season, Paris Saint-Germain fans criticized Neymar and Messi so strongly that they went to their house and protested, telling them to “leave the team.”
Perhaps that’s why both Neymar and Messi left Paris Saint-Germain this summer, and each is not saying anything good. Messi also previously confessed that the move to Paris Saint-Germain was not something he wanted to join, saying, “I never thought about moving to Paris Saint-Germain.”
Messi kicked the ball where he didn’t want it for a while. Two years ago, his contract was canceled due to Barcelona’s worsening finances, and he signed with Paris Saint-Germain. In relation to this, Messi said, “Going to Paris Saint-Germain was something I neither planned nor wanted.”
Messi, who eventually parted ways with Paris Saint-Germain, is happily playing soccer in Miami. His debut in the U.S. Major League Soccer (MLS) continues to make headlines every day. Messi, who joined Miami last July, has scored 11 goals and 5 assists in his first 11 games. During that period, he was the North and Central American League Cup MVP and top scorer, leading to Miami winning the championship.
Seeing Messi’s brightened expression, Argentina national team teammate Enso Fernandez (Chelsea) expressed his feelings as he watched from the sidelines, saying, “He definitely looks happier than when he was at Paris Saint-Germain. That’s the most important thing. Even when he plays in the United States, Messi never stops.”