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PSG ‘annoyed’ with Mbappe, Neymar and Messi as new transfer plan emerges

 With the ambiguity surrounding their futures at the club, Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) is reportedly dissatisfied with the trinity of Lionel Messi, Neymar, and Kylian Mbappe.

At least two of the three superstars may leave the French giants by the end of the season, according to current club fears.

Les Parisiens, largely recognized as one of the biggest club teams in the world of football, may take a huge hit from such a transfer.

Due to his contract expiring this summer, Argentinian striker Messi may depart Parc de Princes by the end of the 2022–23 season.

Messi and PSG have been unable to come to terms on a contract extension that would keep them with the team past the current season of football.

League is rumoured to be interested in signing the 35-year-old World Cup champion, and there are also rumours of a sudden return to Barcelona.

Chelsea, a Premier League club that has been quite active in the transfer market, is also showing a lot of interest in Neymar.

Despite being one of PSG’s most important players, the Brazilian winger has frequently been mentioned in connection with a shocking departure from the club during the most recent transfer window.

In the event that PSG’s management must choose between the three players, it is anticipated that they will prioritize preserving French attacker Kylian Mbappe.

Even though the 24-year-old signed a hefty two-year contract last summer, the player’s long-term future at the Parc de Princess isn’t guaranteed.

Spanish powerhouse Real Madrid, who came close to signing the French forward on a free transfer last summer, has remained interested in Mbappe.

Yet, a number of things may affect PSG’s decision over whether to keep Messi, Neymar, and Mbappe together or allow any of them to depart.

The financial fair play regulations would be a significant concern, given all three of the superstars already earn big wages at the club. In order to avoid breaking FFP regulations, cutting any of the three could help them balance their budgets.

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