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Messi Left Out Of Argentina Squad For WCQ As He Recovers From Covid-19

Argentina has left Lionel Messi out of their squad for World Cup qualifiers against Chile and Colombia as the Paris St. Germain forward continues his recovery from COVID-19 infection.

The twice World Cup winners and current Copa America champions have qualified for the finals in Qatar and sit second in the 10-team South American group.

The 34-year-old Messi was omitted from Argentina’s 27-man squad after not playing for PSG since Dec. 22 against FC Lorient in French Ligue 1.

Kylian Mbappé Is The World’s Most Coveted Footballer And Bachelor

The life of a professional footballer can be a surprisingly lonesome one. You sacrifice the traditional avenues of making friends and meeting significant others for a highly regimented existence that is entirely self-centered, and you never know who you can really trust when you have a net worth of $100 million at the age of 23. When looking for a Kylian Mbappe girlfriend, this seems to be the case — Mbappé appears to be alone and single right now. 

Lionel Messi Tests Negative For Covid But Still Not Allowed To Play For PSG Yet Due To Protocol

PARIS — Lionel Messi will miss Paris Saint-Germain's Ligue 1 trip to Olympique Lyonnais on Sunday as he continues his recovery from COVID-19, the capital club said on Saturday.

The Argentine forward is back in Paris from his home country after testing negative but has not been cleared to play.

Horas Después De Maldecir Al Covid, Messi Da Positivo

Se suponía que Lionel Messi debía tomar un vuelo privado desde Rosario a París, junto a Angel di María y Leandro Paredes. Sin embargo, el "30" del PSG se quedó en tierra, aislado en su casa por culpa del Covid-19, el mismo virus que había maldecido horas antes en redes sociales para despedir el 2021 y darle la bienvenida al 2022.

En Instagram, el argentino subió un post agradeciendo todos los logros personales conseguidos el año pasado, consciente de todas aquellas personas que no lo pasaron tan bien debido al "virus este de mierda que nunca se termina".

Lionel Messi Remains In Argentina After Testing Positive For COVID-19

Paris Saint-Germain forward Lionel Messi and three other players have tested positive for COVID-19, the French Ligue 1 club said on Sunday.

Argentina international Messi joined PSG from boyhood club Barcelona in August and the 34-year-old has scored six goals in 16 games in all competitions for the Parisian side.

Messi Despide El 2021 Convertido En Un Animal De La Cumbia

Aprovechando la pausa en la Ligue 1, Leo Messi escapó del frío y los cielos grises de Europa para pasar las fiestas de fin de año en su natal Rosario. Y ahí la vida es simple: con la familia, al lado de la piscina y con una buena dosis de cumbia y flúor.

No tengo un cronograma de lo que hace a diario, pero por las migas de pan que quedan en redes sociales, es claro que mientras haya sol Messi comparte con su esposa, Antonella Roccuzzo, y sus tres hijos junto a la alberca.

Sergio Ramos Se Demoró Dos Partidos En Recibir Su Primera Tarjeta Roja En El PSG

Cuando el PSG anunció el fichaje de Sergio Ramos, los aficionados del club celebraron la llegada de un defensor de clase mundial y con la experiencia suficiente como para llevarlos a conseguir su primera Champions League.

Sin embargo, la estadía del español en París ha sido un rotundo fiasco. La mayoría de su tiempo la pasó recuperándose de una rebelde lesión en uno de sus gemelos y ahora que ya está sano no demoró mucho en mostrar la fama de jugador sucio que lo acompaña.

A Little Bird Told Me That PSG's Locker Room Is Divided By The Navas-Donnarumma Debate

After months of continually fanning the flames in Paris, it looks like the tabloids have finally gotten their wish: a frosty, passive aggressive relationship between PSG goalkeepers Keylor Navas and Gianluigi Donnarumma that's threatening to divide the dressing room.

The Trailer For Neymar's New Netflix Series Is Here

Love him, hate him or simply appreciate the dazzling array of skills and laugh at the ability to turn into Simone Biles on the floor, Neymar is one of only a handful of footballers that completely captivate when taking the pitch. Of course there's also the lifestyle off it: the numerous love interests, the Gatsby-esque parties fueled by an annual income of $95 million, the ever-present entourage and everything he means to a football-mad country like Brazil.

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