Ronaldinho congratulates Lionel Messi for completing PSG move

Ronaldinho has congratulated Lionel Messi for completing his shock move from Barcelona to PSG, wishing him many moments of joy.

Ronaldinho has taken to his Twitter to congratulate Lionel Messi upon completing his move to Paris Saint-Germain. The Barcelona legend also mentioned a certain Sergio Ramos in his tweet while suggesting that PSG could well win the UEFA Champions League in the 2021/22 season.

Messi is about to discover it, but Ronaldinho already knows what it is to represent both PSG and Barcelona, although the objectives of the French giants are far different today than what they were in the Brazilian legend’s time. Nevertheless, Ronaldinho appears to be excited about the fact that Messi has completed the switch to Parc des Princes.

So, while most of the Barcelona players past and present have expressed their sadness over the fact that Messi has departed Camp Nou, Ronaldinho has instead chosen to focus on the phase of the Argentine wizard’s career, even suggesting that PSG could be set to win the UEFA Champions League.

Writing a congratulatory post on Twitter, Ronaldinho said, “It’s a great joy to have played in these two clubs and now see my friend wearing this shirt, may there be many moments of joy Leo! I’m also very happy with my partner @sergioramos on the team and a super cast, I’m feeling Champions.”

Such a reaction is in direct contrast to those made by fellow Barcelona legend Xavi and Andres Iniesta, who have bemoaned the fact that Messi is no longer representing the Catalan club. As for the player himself, he is now set to embark on a new challenge, one that will come with an instant expectation of ending the 2021/22 season with every trophy possible.

Indeed, PSG have nothing short of a super squad after signing the likes of Messi, Sergio Ramos and Gianluigi Donnarumma, among others, adding to an already loaded group that contained Kylian Mbappe, Marco Verratti and former Barcelona star Neymar.

As for Barcelona, they appear to be in all sorts of trouble, with president Joan Laporta suggesting that the club could be on the verge of bankruptcy. On the field, the first-team must move on from Messi as soon as possible, and it will be interesting to see how they cope without their former talisman in the coming season.

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