The return of the Argentine World Cup winners to their respective clubs was met by incredible tributes. However, Paris Saint-Germain wouldn’t give Lionel Messi a hero’s welcome in his return to the Parc des Princes, according to a report.
Argentina got the job done in Qatar and tasted top glory for the third time. Even with the World Cup break now in the past, La Albiceleste’s victory continued to worry them as their players began reporting to their respective clubs.
Many members of the World Cup winning team received a hero’s welcome from their current employers, receiving guards of honor and a standing ovation from the fans. However, Lionel Messi may not get the best honor.
While Alexis Mac Allister and Lisandro Martinez have been warmly welcomed in England – as have Rodrigo de Paul, Angel Correa and others in Spain – there is talk in France that PSG will not celebrate Messi’s success on his return to the Parc. des Princes.
Report: PSG will not hold a tribute for Lionel Messi’s World Cup win at Parc des Princes
Messi will return to the Parc des Princes on Wednesday, January 11, when PSG take on Angers on Matchday 18 of the 2022-23 Ligue 1. According to Le Parisien, the club will not hold a tribute for his World Cup triumph.
The report claims the welcome Messi received last week, when he received a guard of honor as well as a trophy presentation from Luis Campos in his return to team practice, is considered enough by PSG. Some weeks ago, it has also been reported that the club wanted to prevent any potential problem with Kylian Mbappe.