According to reports, Lionel Messi has requested permission from Paris Saint-Germain to display the World Cup trophy in front of the team’s fans at the Parc des Princes.
Goal, who is aware that PSG is hesitant to grant Messi his demand, claims as much.
According to the rumor, Messi intends to display the World Cup trophy during PSG’s upcoming home game against Strasbourg on December 28.
Messi might not even be back in Paris by that time, though.
The 35-year-old traveled to Argentina as a result of an open-top bus procession that passed through Buenos Aires.
When will Messi appear for PSG in his following game?
Messi won’t start working out again until at least the beginning of January, according to Spanish newspaper AS and French outlet Le Parisien.
After winning the World Cup, he is currently enjoying a 12-day vacation and is not anticipated to play against Strasbourg or in PSG’s away match against Lens on January 1.
On January 11, PSG plays Angers at Parc des Princes, and club supporters might get to watch their No. 30 play one again that evening.
Why won’t PSG let Messi display the World Cup trophy?
Two factors, according to Goal’s report, account for PSG’s reluctance to fulfill Messi’s request to display the World Cup trophy at Parc des Princes.
The fact that Messi defeated France to win the World Cup is the club executives’ main grievance.
It might not go over well to parade the World Cup trophy in front of a throng that is primarily made up of French football supporters.
Second, it’s said that PSG are concerned with Kylian Mbappe’s response to seeing Messi wave the World Cup trophy around.