Lionel Messi will be a free agent after this season and will look for a new club, and who knows, there is a chance that he will stay at PSG. However, judging by the current events, the Argentine will probably leave the team.
Namely, Messi was punished for leaving Paris and going to Saudi Arabia without the club's permission. Upon his return, he was aware of the mistake he had made and decided to apologize to everyone.
“Hello, well, I wanted to make this video after everything that is happening.
First of all, I apologise to my team-mates, to the club.
Honestly, I thought we were going to have a day off after the game, as had been happening in previous weeks.
I had this trip to Arabia organised and I couldn’t cancel it. I had already cancelled it before.
I repeat again and apologise for what I did.
Here I am, waiting for what the club decides”. - Leo Messi said on Instagram.
Christophe Galtier comments
Christophe Galtier, the manager of PSG, obviously had no influence on the club's decision. "I was informed by the board at the start of the week of the decision to suspend Messi.
When I was informed, I had the responsibility of not commenting on it.
I'm employed by the club and that is my role... The decision was nothing to do with me. I was informed of the decision.
Leo's suspension has added to poor performances, we can't hide behind that...
I can't say it has been a pleasant period. There's a target to achieve, players are working hard. We are focused and committed."- he said, as quoted by eurosport.com The situation in Paris is not good. The club was eliminated early from the Champions League, and now even their title is in question.
It is difficult to predict what will happen in the near future. A few days ago, the fans arrived in front of Neymar's house and demanded that he leave the club. "Regarding the protests in front of a player's home, we have to be careful with that.
Private life must remain private," said Galtier.
"I can understand the anger, the disappointment of our fans. You may protest at the training ground or at the PSG office, or after a match at the Parc des Princes but I cannot accept it at anyone's house.
There is a lot of these things happening at the moment, and they can be uncontrollable and dangerous".