How much does Lionel Messi earn per week and what is his net worth in 2022? | The Sun

LIONEL MESSI is aiming to cement his place as the world's greatest footballer by winning the World Cup in Qatar.

The PSG star has been at the final once before, losing to Germany in 2014.

And the Argentine captain has said that the final against France will be his last international game.

Messi said: "I feel very happy to be able to achieve this, to finish my World Cup journey by playing my last game in a final.

"It's many years for the next one and I don't think I'll be able to do it. And to finish like this, it's the best."

How much does Lionel Messi earn per week?

Messi, 35, joined PSG on a two-year deal worth £52m a season last year, putting him on £1MILLION per week.

However, this is a pay CUT from the £108m he was on at Barcelona.

And in a list of pay compiled by French newspaper L'Equipe the Argentina superstar was well clear of fellow PSG frontman and ex-Barca team-mate Neymar – on £31m a year.

Brazil main man Neymar earns £606,000 per week.

What is Lionel Messi's net worth in 2022?

The Argentina ace has a net worth of $130million or £107m.

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His staggering earnings make him the highest-paid athlete in the world, higher than that of Cristiano Ronaldo, who recently surrendered £25m in wages after quitting Manchester United.

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