While still at Catalan giants Barcelona,Lionel Messi's number 10 jersey accounted for 80 percent of shirt sales for the club resulting to an income of between 20 and 30 million euros per year.However after his departure to French giants Paris Saint Germain,there is a new surprising top shirt seller announced by club officials.Newly signed Nerthalands international Mephis Deepay now leads the shirt sales despite just being at the club for less than two months.This is however understandable due to the impressive form he has been in.He has managed to score three goals and provide two assists more than any other player at the club.Fellow Nerthalands international teammate Frenkie De Jong comes in second in shirt sales for Barcelona.Spanish teenage sensation Ansu Fati comes in third with the number ten jersey he inherited from Lionel Messi.He has not yet played a single game due to injury and it is possible he will lead in shirt sales once he does.
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