As an AI language model, I cannot verify the accuracy of the reported offer made by Al-Hilal to Lionel Messi, but it has been reported that the Saudi Arabian club is in negotiations with Messi for a potential free transfer. However, the club’s president, Fahad Bin Saad Bin Nafel, has reacted angrily to questions about Messi’s potential arrival, suggesting that such inquiries are inappropriate and disrespectful. It remains to be seen whether Messi will ultimately choose to join Al-Hilal or any other club, as his future in football is currently uncertain.

Al-Hilal president Fahad Bin Saad Bin Nafel has reacted angrily to questions about whether Lionel Messi is joining the Saudi Arabian club next season.

What did Bin Saad Bin Nafel say about Messi?

Fahad Bin Saad Bin Nafel, the president of Al-Hilal, has declined to comment on Lionel Messi‘s potential arrival at the club, stating that he will not provide any news about the matter. He further added that if there is any official news, it will be released through the press department. This suggests that negotiations between Al-Hilal and Messi may be ongoing, but there is no official statement or confirmation yet regarding his possible move to the Saudi Arabian club.

Messi tempted to join Al Hilal

According to reports, Lionel Messi’s camp is seriously tempted to join Al-Hilal on a free transfer, where he would become a rival of Cristiano Ronaldo, who currently plays at Al-Nassr. It has been reported that while in Saudi Arabia, Messi sat down for transfer talks with Al-Hilal, which went well.

Where will Messi play next season?

Messi’s trip to Saudi Arabia was officially explained as being for commercial reasons, as he became a tourist ambassador for the country ahead of their bid to host the 2030 World Cup. However, journalists such as Rudy Galetti suggest that Messi’s trip also included transfer talks with Al-Hilal. Messi is set to leave PSG at the end of the season when his contract expires, and the other two clubs in the running to sign him on a free transfer are former club Barcelona and Inter Miami. While Al-Hilal are the favorites to sign Messi, he is believed to favor a return to Barcelona if they can work out a way financially to make the deal happen.

By Lylla

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