Lionel Messi purchased his neighbors’ home because of their excessive noise.
Lionel Messi once became so irritated with his neighbors’ loudness that he purchased their home from them to restore order to his neighborhood.
When you’ve been playing at the greatest level for as long as Messi has, you get to experience things that most people only get to imagine. It’s possible to win World Player of the Year 10 times, as he did on Monday night.
Of course, his contribution to Argentina’s World Cup victory was to thank. Moreover, at the end of the year, he will probably result in an eighth Ballon d’Or and an additional 11 equivalent titles.
The PSG forward has won significant individual honors, team awards, leagues, and cups throughout his career.
After winning the World Cup in Qatar, some people believed he had “finished football,” but he is still competing and has no plans to retire yet.
Even though Cristiano Ronaldo has surpassed him as the highest-paid athlete in the world, he has also made a fortune from playing, which allows him to do crazy things like buy properties only to mute noise.
Ivan Rakitic, the 35-year-former old’s teammate, said that’s what Messi did while representing Barcelona.
“His Castelldefels neighbors were a tad noisy when he first moved in. Leo had to purchase their home to be by himself [with his family]. Fortunately, I’ve never experienced those issues, “the Croatian said, according to the Daily Star and Novi List.
The former Barcelona player reportedly tried to build a wall between his home and the one next door to reduce noise.
Local laws forced the cancellation of that scheme. So he bought the house, which was the only rational decision anyone could have made.
I’ll probably never be able to buy a house, except for a surprise inheritance from a relative. I don’t know if he’s wealthy, but he recently did buy a second house out of petty irritation.
After Sergio Aguero’s retirement last year, Messi’s lack of a roommate in Qatar shows he isn’t always one for sharing.
The former Manchester City striker did move in with Messi when his friend arrived in camp toward the end of the competition. He led the applause as South America defeated France in the final.