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PSG Star Lionel Messi Breaks Own Jersey Swapping Rules, Exchanges Shirt With Malian Defender
- Lionel Messi requested the jersey of Mali and St Etienne defender after a French Ligue 1 match on Saturday
- The Paris Saint Germain star has strict jersey swapping rules and has only requested for the shirt of only Zinedine Zidane
- Falaye Sacko of St Etienne becomes only the second player Messi seemed interested in exchanging jerseys with
Lionel Messi has made his second willing jersey swap after exchanging shirts with Mali and St Etienne defender Falaye Sacko.
The Paris Saint Germain attacker only gives his jersey out when it is a fellow Argentine who requested an exchange. The only other time Messi willing asked for a jersey was with France legend Zinedine Zidane.
However, in videos posted on Twitter, Lionel Messi is seen more interested in making a swap with the Saint Etienne center-back.
Lionel Messi starred as PSG beat St Etienne 3-1 in Ligue 1 over the weekend, with the former Barcelona star providing two assists.
Messi joined the French giants in the summer transfer window after failing to extend his stay with the Catalans.
David Beckham wants Messi at Inter Miami
Earlier, Sports Brief reported that David Beckham who is co-owner of Major League Soccer (MLS) side, Inter Miami, has opened the door for Lionel Messi to join his club claiming that he wants the best players in America.
The former Manchester United and Real Madrid forward was one of the best wingers during his active playing days as David Beckham was known for his superb free-kicks.
Beckham is said to be a fan of Lionel Messi and would love to have the Argentina international at Inter Miami when he leaves Paris Saint-Germain.
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