Threatening Message to Argentine Football Star Messi

While the contract negotiations between Paris Saint-Germain and Lionel Messi were continuing, a shocking news came from the Argentine star’s country.
It was written that 14 shots were fired at the market belonging to the family of Antonella Roccuzzo, the wife of Messi, who played in Paris Saint Germain, and a note was left.

While shooting in a supermarket owned by the family of Lionel Messi’s wife Antonella Roccuzzo, threatening messages were sent to the Argentine star.

According to the news of El Pais, fire was opened in a supermarket belonging to the family of Antonella Roccuzzo, the wife of Lionel Messi, in the city of Rosario, Argentina’s Santa Fe province, at around 03:00 in the morning.


It was stated that 14 shots were fired by two unidentified people, and the gunmen left a threatening message to Messi.

After the gunmen opened fire on the supermarket, “We are waiting for you, Messi!” left your message.

Bullet holes are pictured on a supermarket door that belongs to the family of Antonela Roccuzzo, wife of Argentine soccer star Lionel Messi, after after two people on motorcycles attacked it and left a threatening message for Messi and the city mayor.


Speaking on the subject after the attack, a neighborhood resident said, “This has never happened before. I was watching TV when I heard the gunshots. We all heard it, the neighbors in the neighborhood went out to see what happened.”

Another resident said, “I didn’t hear it because I live a little far away.


Santa Fe State Security Minister Claudio Brilloni said in a statement that he had no idea about the perpetrators of the attack.

Mehmet Sarıusta

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