Lionel Messi may be called Lionel Messi, he suffers the pangs of Parisian real estate like everyone else.
Thus, after several weeks of frantic research, partly carried out by his partner Antonella and his father Jorge, the Argentinian ended up finding the house of his dreams, but without the indoor swimming pool and the large garden of which he made a prerequisite beforehand. .
No indoor pool
According to RMC, the couple would have flashed on a house in Neuilly Sur Seine, where a large majority of South American internationals from PSG already live.
The site evokes a "building on two floors, with more than 300 square meters of living space, 4 bedrooms, a small garden of the equivalent of a third of a repair area", all for a rent slightly less than 20,000 euros , as much to say a trifle.
A choice that corresponds to the desire of the Messi clan to benefit from relative tranquility and the proximity of many high-class international schools for their three children.
We imagine that the former Barça player was briefed by PSG on the many burglaries in recent years and the need to ensure an efficient security service, especially on match nights at the Parc des Princes.
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