Well, Paris Saint Germain is currently one of the best clubs in Europe. The French club has so many talented players like Kylian Mbappe, Angel Di Maria, Sergio Ramos and Neymar Jr among many others. However, the signing of Lionel Messi from FC Barcelona during this year's summer transfer window is obvious a message to football fans that PSG will be one of the teams to watch out for this season in the UEFA Champions League tournament.
Since Lionel Messi made his debut for PSG last month, he has not scored any goal. He started a Ligue One match for the first time last Sunday when PSG faced Lyon at Park de Princes Stadium. However, it seems Lionel Messi was injured during the match which ended 2-1 in favor of PSG. According to latest reports, it has been confirmed that Lionel Messi will miss PSG's next Ligue One fixture against FC Metz which is supposed to be played on Wednesday.
According to sources, Lionel Messi has a knock on his left knee hence he won't be available for PSG tomorrow as they play against FC Metz. This is bad news to PSG fans who badly want to see Lionel Messi score for their club.
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