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'Messi Gives Me a Hard-On', Can Change Situation in 'Sh** League', Brest Manager Says

Dejected Argentina's Lionel Messi reacts leaving a pitch after the 1-1 draw at World Cup Group D soccer match between Argentina and Iceland at the Spartak stadium in Moscow, Russia, June 16, 2018
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This summer, the Argentine football legend was let go by Barcelona, after more than two decades at Camp Nou. The player is now engaged in talks with PSG about a possible move to the French club.

Lionel Messi possibly coming to Ligue 1 is lifting the spirits of French football fans and managers alike - and some of them appear to be more than just excited. Brest chief Michel De Zakarian expressed hope of seeing Messi in PSG in the most emotional way.

"We say that we have a s*** league, but if we manage to bring in a player like that it would be exceptional", Zakarian told RMC Sport. "I'm not going to be polite here, but he gives me a hard-on".
(FILES) In this file photo taken on August 14, 2020 Barcelona's Argentinian forward Lionel Messi reacts during the UEFA Champions League quarter-final football match between Barcelona and Bayern Munich at the Luz stadium in Lisbon.

Earlier this week, Messi was sure that he would continue his career with the Catalan club: after his previous contract expired, the player reportedly agreed to take a 50-percent pay reduction to comply with Spanish financial fair play rules. However, the club announced on Thursday it would not be able to sign the deal due to "financial and structural obstacles".

While some reports suggested that Messi may also join Manchester City, the club's manager Pep Guardiola noted it is not on their agenda at the moment.

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