Paris Saint-Germain controls the Barcelona star

The French club Paris Saint-Germain’s board of directors controlled the mind of the star of the first football team in Barcelona, ​​in preparation for joining him in the next transfer period.

A Spanish press report said today, Tuesday, October 13th, that Paris Saint-Germain signed French Antoine Griezmann, the Barcelona striker, in anticipation of joining him in the current season.

The Spanish “Cherngito” program added that the management of Paris Saint-Germain will follow the performance of French star Antoine Griezmann well until next January.

Paris Saint-Germain wants to sign French striker Antoine Griezmann in the coming period in order to support the offensive line in anticipation of the departure of the team’s star, Kylian Mbappe.

The program indicated that the management of the French club will follow the performance of Barcelona star Antoine Griezmann well until next January, before moving to sign him.

Press reports have confirmed that Paris Saint-Germain aims to include the Argentine football legend Lionel Messi, the star of Barcelona, ​​but at the end of the current season, after the end of his contract with the Catalan club.

The management of Paris Saint-Germain seeks to support the first team in order to compete for the local championships, and to try to win the Champions League championship in the new season.

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