Sources close to Lionel Messi, Argentina's World Cup-winning captain, have confirmed that he has received a formal offer to join Saudi Arabian club Al-Hilal next season.
The Saudi club has reportedly offered Messi $400 million a year, making it the only offer he has received so far. However, Al-Hilal has not yet commented on the matter.
The 35-year-old forward has also been linked to a move back to his boyhood club Barcelona, as well as the United States Major League Soccer club Inter Miami.
Messi was suspended by his current club Paris St Germain earlier this week after making an unauthorized trip to Saudi Arabia, according to French sports daily L'Equipe.
Messi, who is a Saudi ambassador for tourism, is reportedly unhappy with PSG's lack of a project and has informed the club that he will not stay in Paris following this season.
While a source close to Messi claims that PSG had no training scheduled on the day of his trip, a source close to PSG has denied this and alleged that Messi traveled without permission from the French club.
There is no confirmation on whether Messi had already informed PSG that he intended to leave at the end of the season.