After Al-Hilal and Barcelona, Chelsea has also shown interest in bringing PSG star Lionel Messi, writes Talksport.
The Argentine will leave PSG next month when his contract expires and rumors about his return to Barcelona have been going on for some time.
The desire for his return was openly expressed by president Joan Laporta and coach Xavi Hernandez, but the question is whether the Catalans can afford his return.
Unlike Barcelona, Al-Hilal and Chelsea under the owner of the American, Todd Boehly, do not have financial problems and can afford to offer Messi an astronomical salary.
Boehly is said to be interested in bringing in the Argentine and believes his arrival would kick-start a return to the top following a poor season.
Two games before the end of the season, the blues are only in 12th place in the Premier League with 43 points, i.e. 15 less than Aston Villa, who holds the position that leads to the Conference League, writes TalkSport.
It is sure to be a hot summer in which we will learn at which club the best player of the last World Cup played in Qatar will continue his career.