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Messi to Return to PSG for Ligue 1 Match

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Messi to Return to PSG for Ligue 1 Match

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The return of Lionel Messi to the Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) team this weekend is the focus of attention ahead of their Ligue 1 game against Ajaccio on Saturday. Messi, who was suspended by the club for going on an unauthorized trip to Saudi Arabia, missed the previous weekend’s game against Troyes. But he resumed training with PSG on Monday and is now set to feature in this weekend’s match.

Messi’s return to training will be a boost for PSG, who missed his contribution during their 3-1 victory over Troyes.

However, it appears that Messi’s time at PSG is coming to an end. After two unremarkable years in France, the Argentine superstar is reportedly set to move to Saudi Arabia next season as part of a lucrative deal with an unnamed club. The move would see Messi follow in the footsteps of his long-time rival Cristiano Ronaldo, who joined a Saudi Arabian team earlier this season.

While PSG has yet to confirm Messi’s departure, it seems certain that he will leave the club in June, after the team has hopefully secured their 11th French league crown. If PSG wins their remaining games against sides in the bottom half of the league, they will be crowned champions. However, Lens could still close the gap at the top to three points if they beat Reims on Friday.


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Meanwhile, relegated Ajaccio is likely to provide little resistance to PSG this weekend. The team has won just one of their last 13 matches and is already preparing for life back in Ligue 2. Other fixtures this weekend include Strasbourg against Nice and Marseille against relegated Angers.

One player to watch out for is Montpellier’s Elye Wahi. The 20-year-old striker scored four times for his team in a recent game against Lyon, becoming the first player in the club’s history to do so. Wahi has scored 17 goals this season, just four short of Olivier Giroud’s club record. Despite being kicked out of Caen’s academy earlier in his career, Wahi is now in high demand and is expected to go on to bigger things.

The Ligue 1 season has seen many ups and downs, with 10 clubs changing coaches so far. Troyes, who have not won a game in their last 17 matches, could be relegated this weekend if they fail to win. Meanwhile, Nantes have sacked their coach Antoine Kombouare and replaced him with Pierre Aristouy ahead of their game against Toulouse.

Overall, there is plenty to look forward to in Ligue 1 this weekend, with the return of Messi and the prospect of PSG securing the league title. With just a few games left to play, the race for the championship is still on, and fans across France will be eagerly following the action.

As the football world waits to see what Messi’s next move will be, PSG fans will be hoping that he can help them secure another Ligue 1 title. Messi’s contribution to the team cannot be underestimated, and his return to the squad will be crucial as they enter the final stages of the season.


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