“There’s is nothing left for me to achieve” reveals FIFA World Cup winner Lionel Messi on his retirement plan

Lionel Messi

When Lionel Messi entered the field in his early career, he was hailed as a prodigy because of his football talent.

Messi has nearly ended his football career, having gone from being dubbed a “football sensation” to “winning the FIFA World Cup trophy in 2022.”

Argentina’s captain had a difficult time during the world cup as they lost their opening match against Saudi Arabia by a score of 1-2.

Messi and his teammates faced widespread criticism for their poor performance against a lower-ranked opponent, but they have since turned their fortunes around, winning matches against Australia, the Netherlands, and Croatia before playing in an epic final against France that came down to the wire and was decided by a penalty shootout.

The final game featured an incredible duel between Lionel Messi and Kylian Mbappe, two mega stars.

Mbappe captured hearts with his quickness and impenetrable skills, which allowed him to score goals during crucial moments of the game while Messi undoubtedly took home the championship.

Several media sites reported that Messi would retire after the FIFA World Cup final in 2022, however, that didn’t happen.

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Messi claimed in an interview with Urbanaplay of Buenos Aires that he has no further goals for the national team now that we have won the FIFA World Cup in 2022 and the Copa America in 2021.

He is presently a player for Paris Saint-Germain, and this season, his contract with the team was extended.

With this assertion, it can be inferred that Messi might not decide to keep hanging up his boots with PSG.