Yesterday saw Lionel Messi call time on what is probably the most glorious and successful club career for any individual footballer, ever. It was a tear-jerking ceremony, and if you didn’t get emotional from it, well then you just don’t like this sport (or you’re a hard core Real Madrista).
Up next for the FC Barcelona legend of all legends is a move to Paris Saint-Germain and that situation escalated quite quickly. (Or so it seems, as this was actually all in the works for awhile already).
Messi is set to be unveiled at the Eiffel Tower in the coming days. Some reports claim the unveiling could come as early as tomorrow (Tuesday), but it all hinges of course on how smoothly and quickly the 34-year-old Argentine completes his paperwork and finalizes his medical.
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That should (if all goes according to plan) get wrapped up today (Monday) which would then set up the world’s most iconic landmark (and center piece of the PSG branding) to light up in red, white and blue.
It should also be a massive party, and I can’t think of any other place I would rather be on a Tuesday night. The Eiffel Tower did light up in the color scheme of PSG (and France itself) when Neymar moved over from Barcelona to become the most expensive player of all time in 2017.
It’s really sad in Catalonia, for all involved, it couldn’t work out. But now it’s time to turn the page, and it’s going to be a huge week in the city of light.