El Mundo leaked details of Lionel Messi’s salary, with Barcelona threatening legal action against a Spanish newspaper | Lionel Messi’s salary is 4,900 crores, information disclosed by the Spanish newspaper; Barcelona warn of legal action

New Delhi: Information on the salary of Lionel Messi, one of the best footballers in the world has been leaked. Messi, who has played for Spanish football club Barcelona for almost two decades, receives Rs 49,11,22,92,035 (€ 55.5million) for four seasons. Messi’s deal is considered the most expensive contract in sports history.

Spanish newspaper ‘the El Mundo’ revealed

Information about Lionel Messi’s salary was leaked by the Spanish newspaper “The El Mundo”. This newspaper published a report on Sunday, which contains information on Lionel Messi’s current salary. This newspaper also claimed to have a 30-page document, in which Messi signed in 2017 at the time of the agreement with Barcelona. Besides Messi’s salary, his CTC was also mentioned in this report. According to this, Messi’s salary per season reaches 13.8 million euros.

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– EL MUNDO (@elmundoes) January 30, 2021

Barcelona warn of legal action

Barcelona have warned of legal action against ‘The El Mundo’ newspaper leaking information about Messi (Lionel Messi) salary. Spanish football club Barcelona said in a statement on Sunday that they would take legal action against the Spanish newspaper. El Mundo published the full details of the 2017 deal between Messi and Barcelona in their newspaper.

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Messi wanted to leave Barcelona before this season

Argentina star Messi (Lionel Messi) wanted to leave Barcelona before this season, but he was unable to do so due to their long deal. Messi has yet to give Barcelona the Champions League title. However, with them, the club have won the La Liga title twice – in 2018 and 2019.