The perfect week for Lionel Messi appears to have ended bitterly and very dearly. Before the court’s order to demolish Messi’s £26 million hotel in Barcelona, the Mirror (UK) made this remark.
This season, Sadio Mane and Mohamed Salah of Liverpool have combined for 20 Premier League goals. The Egyptian superstar acknowledges that it is possible to act egotistical in front of an opponent’s goal.
Just one week after winning the Ballon d’Or for the seventh time in his career, Messi received some bad news when the court ordered that his opulent Barcelona hotel be closed.
El Confidencial, Messi’s four-star hotel, has 77 rooms and a minimum nightly rate of £105, but it falls short of Barcelona’s requirements. The hotel is close to the Nou Camp, where Messi spent 21 years as a player.
Via the Majestic Hotel Group, Messi is the owner of hotels in Mallorca and Ibiza. In 2017, he spent £26 million on a hotel in Barcelona.
According to Spanish media, the 34-year-old Argentine supermodel purchased the El Confidencial hotel without being aware that Sitges City Council had ordered its demolition due to a vιolation of construction codes.
The hotel’s bedrooms’ balconies are allegedly overly large.
But more crucially, if they are not reduced in size or destroyed, structures can collapse.
Also, the hotel’s issue with fire prevention does not adhere to the requirements established by the government.
The awful news is alleged to have just reached Messi.
Newspapers in Spain are meanwhile attempting to get in touch with Messi and his agents to get additional information and comments from the PSG star.
With recycled materials making up 80% of the building components, this hotel has won accolades for its commitment to environmental protection. The best part is that it features sizable tanks to collect the shower room’s effluent. Then, this wastewater is purified so that it can either be utilized to flush again or to water plants.
Messi resides in Paris at the moment.
He departed Barcelona City last summer after serving the Nou Camp team for 21 years.
Messi has only scored one goal in Ligue 1 and three goals in the Champions League since joining PSG on a free transfer.
The unrivaled finale of Messi’s trophy-laden career, however, will be the 2021 Ballon d’Or award ceremony hosted by France Football magazine.
Some supporters think Messi’s record of seven golden goals will help him surpass all other players in football history.
Yet, Messi is less concerned about that personally.
Messi told France Football and was quoted by AS (Spain) newspaper: “I have never said that I am the best in the history of football. I’m not trying to achieve this either. For me, being considered by others as one of the best players in history is more than enough.
It was something I never imagined. It’s something that doesn’t interest me. It doesn’t change anything whether I’m considered the best or not. And I never wanted to.”Messi won the Ballon d’Or in 2021 by a razor-thin margin over Robert Lewandowski of Bayern Munich, sparking controversy. Lewandowski is deserving of winning the 2020 Ballon d’Or, according to Messi, who also praised the Polish attacker. France Football postponed the competition due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Lionel Messi said on the podium receiving the Golden Ball Award 2021: “I want to tell Robert Lewandowski that I am very honored to compete with him for the Ballon d’Or.
I think Lewandowski deserves the Ballon d’Or. Last year, everyone agreed that Lewandowski was the winner. I think France Football should give Lewandowski the Ballon d’Or because he deserves it.”
Will Messi join the most potent organization in Europe after leaving PSG?
While it’s not completely ruled out that Lionel Messi will leave Paris Saint-Germain in the upcoming summer transfer window, it’s still unclear where the Argentine superstar will play next.
The supporters’ biggest concern over the past four days has consistently been Lionel Messi’s future.
As his contract with PSG expires in June, the Argentine superstar will be able to sign with any team he wants.
Messi is reportedly not in a rush to extend his contract with the French squad and is instead exploring other options for where he could play next summer.
The striker born in 1987 in Paris is still being closely watched by Manchester City, according to the most recent information from El Nacional, and the club is prepared to enter the recruitment process if given the chance.
The Etihad Stadium team has never given up on wanting to have Messi in the squad, in which chairman Sheikh Mansour is an avid fan of El Pulga, he has wanted to have M10 since 2013 but has repeatedly given up. Miss. The Green Man also decided against signing Messi because of Pep Guardiola’s strong influence. The Spanish tactician hopes to see his much-loved student again and believes that the 2022 World Cup winner will be crucial to his success in the Champions League.
Messi is currently the target of a number of “giants” in the market in addition to Man City. The owners of FIFA The Best 2022 are always willing to “roll out the red carpet” for Al-Hilal, Inter Miami, or even Barcelona to collect their signature.
Leo recently received a two-year contract offer from Al-Ittihad of Saudi Arabia, with the largest wage in football history.
Messi would make 88 million euros annually if he signed with this Middle Eastern squad, exceeding Cristiano Ronaldo’s Al-Nassr contract of 70 million euro