Argentinian footballer Lionel Messi has reportedly sealed a move to Saudi Arabia for next season. Sources have revealed that the deal is all but done, with only minor details to be ironed out. Messi has been suspended by Paris Saint Germain (PSG) this week for an unauthorised trip to Saudi Arabia. According to reports, Messi has received a formal offer to join Saudi Arabian club Al-Hilal next season with a contract renewal at PSG not on the cards for the World Cup winner who turns 36 next month. However, Al Hilal coach Ramon Diaz refused to comment on the claims. Messi was appointed as Saudi Arabia's tourism ambassador last year and has visited the country twice since then. He returned in January to play a friendly match with PSG against a team of Saudi League stars, when he faced his great rival, Cristiano Ronaldo. The move has stirred up the football world, with many eagerly anticipating the outcome of this significant deal.