Lionel Messi COVID: Rosario spoke for the first time after catching coronavirus |  PSG |  Argentina |  NCZD |  FOOTBALL-INTERNATIONAL

Lionel Messi It started with bad news in 2022. The Argentine midfielder caught the coronavirus so he stayed in his native Rosario (Argentina) to keep social isolation. After several days, he tested negative and traveled to Paris to recover from the aftermath and return to training with him. PSG, although its reappearance is still somewhat distant.

However, the ‘Flea’ reappeared on social networks to acknowledge the constant support from his followers. In addition, he mentioned that he is very eager to return to the playing fields.

Good afternoon. As you know, I had COVID-19 and I wanted to thank you for all the messages I received and to tell you that it took me longer than I thought to be well but I almost recovered and I am really looking forward to getting back on the court.“He pointed out on his Instagram account.

In the same way, he noted that he is preparing for the following meetings. “I have been training these days to get 100%, very beautiful challenges are coming this year and I hope we can meet again very soon. Thanks”added the footballer who also uploaded a photo in which he appears with his wife Antonella Rocuzzo.

Messi will not play with PSG this week and will not be called up by Argentina, according to ESPN

The absence of Lionel Messi in the PSG squad will have to last a little longer. According to ESPN’s Christian Martin, due to COVID-19, the Argentine footballer will still be on the sidelines of the match that his team will play this weekend against Stade Brestois for Ligue 1.

According to the journalist, there is a good relationship between the AFA (Argentine Football Association) and the directive of the French team, which will facilitate the permission of the ‘Pulga’ for its non-call, considering that the ‘Albiceleste’ already classified to the World. If the agreement is confirmed, the forward will not play in the visit to Chile (January 27) or at home against Colombia (February 1).

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