Paris Saint-Germain footballer Lionel Messi said today that he is not thinking about retiring after the World Cup in Qatar in 2022 and pointed out that he lives “from day to day”. “No. Honestly, no (I’m thinking about retirement). “It happened, I live from day to day, year after year. I don’t know what will happen at the World Cup or after the World Cup. I don’t think about it. What should happen at that time will happen,” Messi said in an interview with Spanish Sport.

The transfer from Barcelona to PSG during the summer was, as he admitted, a big change in his life, but he promised that one day he would return to live in the Catalan capital.

“We will return to live in Barcelona. That is what my wife wants and that is what I want. I don’t know if it will be immediately after my contract with PSG expires, but we will return to live in Barcelona,” Messi said. .

“I would like to be a sports director at some point. I don’t know if it will be in Barcelona or not. If there is a possibility, I would like to help the club,” he added.

The Argentine also pointed out that no one asked him to play for Barcelona for free.

“I did my best to stay. I was never, at any time, asked to play for free. They asked me to reduce my salary by 50 percent and I did it without any problems. We were willing to help the club. My wish my family was to stay in Barcelona, ​​”Messi said.

Speaking about the race for the “Golden Ball”, which will be awarded on November 30 in Paris, Messi said that he is not thinking about winning the trophy for the seventh time.

“If that happens, it will be extraordinary. If it doesn’t happen, it’s okay,” said Messi, 34.

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