Lionel Messi is reportedly thinking of leaving Barcelona and joining Paris Saint-Germain due to the Catalan giants' involvement in the European Super League.
The Argentina international's future has been up in the air since last summer, having tried and failed in an attempt to leave Camp Nou on a free transfer.
According to The Mirror, though, the six-time Ballon d'Or winner is now having second thoughts again following Sunday's announcement regarding the ESL and the subsequent fallout.
UEFA chief Aleksander Ceferin has made clear that any player contracted to a team in the breakaway competition will be prohibited from representing their country at any FIFA events, including the World Cup and Copa America.
That would mean Messi missing out on the chance to guide Argentina to a major trophy, whereas if he joined PSG - who are not part of the ESL as things stand - he could still take part in both competitions.