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The unexpected condition that they put on the Messi to rent them a dream mansion in Paris

Lionel Messi and his family have been in Paris for more than a month. The Rosario made his debut for PSG in the Champions League on Wednesday in a 1-1 draw against Bruges that left him a little taste … very little. It was not the dream premiere in the tournament for which all European clubs go out of their way.

Beyond the football plane, Lionel Messi also seeks to adapt to life in Paris. Antonela Roccuzzo took the reins and continues in the search for the dream property to be able, once and for all, to leave the luxurious Royal Monceau hotel in which they are installed.

As published RMC Sport, an unforeseen last minute complicated what was a negotiation aimed at renting a luxurious mansion: on the fly the stipulated conditions changed and the property suffered a significant price increase.

Indicates RMC Sport that the owner decided to raise the rent of his mansion by 10,000 euros when he learned that the interested party was the Argentine soccer player. The house is located in Neuilly Sur Seine, one of the most exclusive areas of Paris where families with enormous purchasing power live.

The requirements of the Messi family, which Antonela Roccuzzo is in charge of verifying, is that the selected properties have an indoor pool, gym, indoor parking, a large garden and air conditioning in all rooms.

The hotel where the Messi currently live is located on the prestigious Avenue Hoche, steps from the Champs Elysées and the Arc de Triomphe, and is an emblem of the Art of living Parisian. The cost of a room goes from $ 1,000 per night to more than $ 17,000 for the gigantic 190-square-meter suite.

The hotel also has a 1,500-square-meter spa with a spectacular 23-meter long pool, more than 3 restaurants -one Peruvian-Japanese directed by chef Hideki Endo, one Italian and one international, and several bars, one of them in a terrace overlooking the pool. The pastry shop is in the hands of chef Quentin Lechat, winner in 2019 of the Grand Prix of Pastry.

MESSI. He had a very clear situation: the left-footed hit hit the crossbar (Photo: AFP)

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