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Ligue 1: The rankings and the schedule after wins over Paris and Lance in the title fight

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Here’s how the Ligue 1 table developed after Paris and Lens won with two games to go.

lance and Paris continued with victories on Matchday 36 of Ligue 1, leaving the title fight arithmetically open.

The Parisians are six points clear and will be tested in Strasbourg’s home game next Saturday. If they get even one point there or in the last game in the Parc des Princes against Clermont, they are champions.

Otherwise, if they lose twice, Lance will need to win the treble against Ajaccio and Auxerre and close a 16-goal deficit to steal the title.


The schedule of the title contenders

PAR (84 POINTS, +50 GOAL DIFFERENCE)

  • 05/27 22:00 O’clock Strasbourg – Paris
  • 03/06 22:00 Paris-Clermont

LANCE (78 POINTS, +34 GOAL DIFFERENCE)

  • 05/27 22:00 O’clock Lance – Ajaxio
  • 03/06 22:00 Auxerre Lances

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Paris: He corrected Gaultier’s words about Messi’s departure

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Paris Saint-Germain were quick to…correct Christophe Gaultier’s words that Lionel Messi will leave the club in the summer.

Christophe Gaultier hinted at his press conference ahead of Paris Saint-Germain’s game against Clermont that this game will be Lionel Messi’s last for the French champions, confirming reports of a divorce in recent months.

The club quickly rescued the situation and tried to correct their coach’s position in a statement to the French news agency.

“Christophe Gaultier expressed himself wrongly. We want to assure you that he said the game against Clermont will be the last for Messi and Paris this season.” was the declaration of the association.

At the same time, rumors are circulating about the Argentine’s future with Barcelona being clear favorites if they find space in the new season’s budget.

Source: sport 24

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Paris: He found it with Asensio, who leaves Real with 17 trophies

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Marcos Asensio’s tenure at Real ends with 17 trophies after joining Paris in the summer.

THE Marcos Asensio will change his professional home after almost a decade at Real. The 27-year-old midfielder is on a free transfer in the summer and has already turned down the Meringues’ extension offer as he knows the next stage of his career.

Paris agreed a deal with the Spain international that will bring him around €10,000,000 a year in salary and bonuses and all that remains is for the contracts to be signed.

Asensio first wore the Merengues shirt in the summer of 2016 after signing from Mallorca in December 2014. He stayed in the Balearic Islands on loan during the 2014–2015 season and also played for Espanyol in 2015–2016.

He won a total of 17 trophies in seven full seasons at Real but a serious injury in 2019/20 halted his development. In recent years he has lost his place in the starting XI and although he has made 50 appearances this year, scoring 12 goals and providing eight assists, he was not satisfied with his minutes and therefore sought retirement.

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Finally, from Paris, Messi announced that Gaultier is leaving the Argentine

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Christophe Gaultier confirmed in his statements that Lionel Messi will play for the last time in the Paris jersey against Clermont at the Parc des Princes.

In the most official way, Christophe Gaultier announced the end of Lionel Messi’s presence at Paris Saint-Germain.

In his statements, the Paris coach pointed out that Saturday’s game against Clermont (June 3rd, 10:00 p.m.) will be the Argentinian’s last game at the Parc des Princes.

“I’ve had the privilege of coaching the greatest player in the history of football. The game against Clermont will be Lionel Messi’s last at the Parc des Princes.” said the coach of Paris.


Lionel Messi traveled to France from Barcelona in the summer of 2021. In those two years he played 74 times, scoring 32 goals and 35 assists.

The scenarios for his future and the upcoming decision

Of course, there have been many future scenarios for a while and one of them is his return to Barcelona. The Catalans want to find the financial formula for Pulga’s return so that La Liga approval can be given at the same time.

According to a Equipe publication reproduced by Catalan Sport, there is a new scenario. According to them, Barcelona will strike a deal with Inter Miami so that the MLS team will be the one to claim Messi.

He will then be loaned out to Barcelona for between six and 18 months to get another chance to wear the Blaugrana shirt. The French claim that this choice also serves Messi as he will remain fit until the 2024 Copa America while retiring in the United States.

We remind you that Xavi said the following on the fall of the Argentine superstar: It depends on Messi. If he wants to come to Barca he will do anything. I think the conditions are right, it will help us a lot on a football level, there’s no doubt about that. There are other factors, personal and financial.”

Also on the table, according to Footmercato journalist Sadi Auna, is the name Al Hilal, who has reportedly presented a proposal that would see Messi pay the astronomical sum of €1.2 billion over two years.

In any case, Lionel Messi will immediately decide on the next stage of his career.


Source: sport 24

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