Sporting director Leonardo has described alleged revelations regarding Lionel Messi's contract at Paris Saint-Germain as "completely false".
Over the weekend, French newspaper L'Equipe claimed that the Argentine superstar stands to earn £94m over a three-year period at Parc des Princes.
However, Leonardo took the opportunity to respond soon afterwards, calling out the outlet for showing "a lack of respect".
Leonardo said: "We can't accept this. This is unacceptable. This is completely false. I wanted to tell you that.
"I think it's a lack of respect and we didn't like it. I don't understand the timing. This is really very far from the truth, on the duration and the numbers.
"There are confidentiality clauses, but I can say that this is not the truth. The duration of the contract is two years. It's wrong, it's not that, and we didn't like it."
Messi made his home debut on Sunday as PSG edged out Lyon by a 2-1 scoreline in Ligue 1.