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The Argentine star striker has been linked with a slew of stars such as Mbappe, Di Maria, arch-nemesis Ramos and ex-Barcelona teammate Neymar. On Thursday, local time, Messi was training with his Paris teammates for the first time at the stadium, and he was photographed hugging and talking with Mbappe.
The football superstar, who has won six Ballon d'Or, has been photographed with the likes of Marchinhos, Verratti, Neymar and Di Maria. Plus, the No. 30 shirt that Messi wore in Paris is already available in stores. Likewise, Ramos' No. 4 jersey has also hit the shelves.Messi's move to Paris is expected to make headlines around the world for a long time to come. According to reports, he will earn 拢1m a week in Paris. In fact, a large portion of the Argentine superstar's $25 million signing fee was paid in fan tokens.
Paris Saint-Germain said in a statement that tokens included in his "welcome package" or signing fee were provided by Socios.com, the Ligue 1 giant's fan token provider. The French company did not specify the proportion of tokens in the deal, but said it received "a large amount."Beijing time on August 12th, according to Spanish journalist Javi
According to Miguel, Messi's departure has seriously affected the Barcelona club. Shirt sales in the club's official store have fallen by 80 per cent since Monday. In addition, as of now, there are still about 30,000 tickets for the first round of the league that have not been sold, and La Liga will start this weekend.With Messi joining PSG, Uruguayan reporter Rodrigo
According to Romano's report, Messi's new Paris jersey has brought in nearly 30 million euros in revenue for the club within 24 hours. It is worth mentioning that 64% of this comes from China.The report pointed out that within 24 hours after Messi's No. 30 jersey went on sale, Paris Saint-Germain earned nearly 30 million euros, with the Chinese market leading with a 64% share. In addition, the new jacket, priced at 187 euros (about 1440 yuan), has been sold out.