Lionel Messi(35) watched the success of the World Cup and the Champions League

Lionel Messi, 35, on Friday, which brings him closer to his inevitable retirement a season ago where he faces some huge challenges with Paris Saint-Germain and Argentina.

The former Barcelona captain will celebrate his birthday in Ibiza, where he is enjoying a family holiday, which will end soon, as he faces Nantes on July 31 for the PSG Trophy des Champions.

Paris Saint Germain will play their first friendly match on July 20. It will be part of their Precision Tour in Japan, where they will face three local teams five days apart.

Messi signed a two-year deal last summer, which could be PSG’s last chance to win the Champions League.

However, Messi’s most important challenge for the upcoming season will be nothing more than winning the 2022 World Cup in Qatar with Argentina.

Argentina will be in top form in November as well as March to prepare for the knockout stages of the World Cup and the Champions League, respectively.

The fifth World Cup could be his last, as many are hoping Messi will retire from the national team after this year’s tournament.

The next edition will be held in 2026, when Messi will be 39 years old, but no player has competed in six World Cups.

His first participation was in 2006, when Argentina lost to Germany. Messi’s team reached the final in 2014, but they lost to the Germans in Brazil.

The PSG forward has appeared in 19 World Cups and he wants to break the record for most games set by Lothar Mathews (25).

After winning the Copa America in Brazil and the final against Italy at Wembley, Messi wants to take Argentina to the glory of the World Cup for the first time in his career.

In the meantime, he has a few more challenges left, such as being the highest scorer in the World Cup, surpassing Cristiano Ronaldo as the highest scorer in the Champions League and winning the big European trophy with PSG.

Lionel Messi, 35, on Friday, which brings him closer to his inevitable retirement a season ago where he faces some huge challenges with Paris Saint-Germain and Argentina.

The former Barcelona captain will celebrate his birthday in Ibiza, where he is enjoying a family holiday, which will end soon, as he faces Nantes on July 31 for the PSG Trophy des Champions.

Paris Saint Germain will play their first friendly match on July 20. It will be part of their Precision Tour in Japan, where they will face three local teams five days apart.

Messi signed a two-year deal last summer, which could be PSG’s last chance to win the Champions League.

However, Messi’s most important challenge for the upcoming season will be nothing more than winning the 2022 World Cup in Qatar with Argentina.

Argentina will be in top form in November as well as March to prepare for the knockout stages of the World Cup and the Champions League, respectively.

The fifth World Cup could be his last, as many are hoping Messi will retire from the national team after this year’s tournament.

The next edition will be held in 2026, when Messi will be 39 years old, but no player has competed in six World Cups.

His first participation was in 2006, when Argentina lost to Germany. Messi’s team reached the final in 2014, but they lost to the Germans in Brazil.

The PSG forward has appeared in 19 World Cups and he wants to break the record for most games set by Lothar Mathews (25).

After winning the Copa America in Brazil and the final against Italy at Wembley, Messi wants to take Argentina to the glory of the World Cup for the first time in his career.

In the meantime, he has a few more challenges left, such as being the highest scorer in the World Cup, surpassing Cristiano Ronaldo as the highest scorer in the Champions League and winning the big European trophy with PSG.

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