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Messi, 34, addressed his shock Barca exit at an emotional press conference on Sunday.
A stunning move to PSG appears to be on the cards, with the six-time Ballon d'Or winner reportedly agreeing terms with the French giants.
But the Spanish club have made one final attempt to stop the proposed switch.
The Catalan side have alleged that PSG cannot sign Messi due to their dire financial situation.
Barca lawyers have filed a complaint to the European Court of Appeal, claiming PSG should be stopped in their tracks to sign the Argentine based on financial data.
Juan Branco took to social media to post a statement that outlines their complaint against PSG.
En nombre de socios del FC Barcelona, mi bufete ha preparado una queja ante la Commission Europea y demandas de suspension provisional ante justicia civil y administrativa en Francia para impedir que el Paris-Saint Germain firme a Lionel Messi. pic.twitter.com/Gksj8qYYvu- Juan Branco :fist: (@anatolium) August 8, 2021
"On behalf of FC Barcelona partners, my firm has prepared a complaint with the European Commission and demands for provisional suspension before civil and administrative courts in France to prevent Paris-Saint Germain from signing Lionel Messi," the statement reads.
"PSG's ratios in terms of 'Financial Fair Play' are worse than those of FC Barcelona.
"In 2019-2020, PSG's salary-to-income ratio was 99%, while Barcelona's was 54%. Meanwhile, the difference has increased.
"It is inconceivable that the 'Financial Fair Play' serves to aggravate the drifts of football-business, the instrumentalization of football by sovereign powers, and the distortion of competitions."
Will Barca successfully stop PSG from signing Messi? Watch this space.
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