Lionel Messi has the worst-conversion rate among Europe’s top five leagues’ players

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    Lionel Messi hasn’t been in such good form, since he has joined the Ligue 1 giants, Paris Saint Germain. Not only his off form is continuing, but his form has also underlined an incredible stat that doesn’t fit for a player like Messi.

    The Argentine legend bears the second-worst shorts to goals ratio which is highest than any other player in the top five football leagues in Europe. For Mauricio Pochettino’s side, Lionel Messi has scored only one goal in Ligue 1, however, he has attempted a total of 44 shorts since he has joined the club.

    Off from of Messi

    Only Manchester City’s Joao Cancelo has a slightly worse record than Lionel Messi, which is scoring only once but have taken 46 shorts. Lionel Messi has suffered to reach the level of fitness during the initial phase of his campaign at PSG, following his injury, however has been developing now.

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    Messi’s form in the UEFA Champions League has been far better in front of the goal, where he has scored five goals in five appearances, however has chipped with six assists domestically. However, there is no doubt that LM10 can make his sensational return in his form anytime soon.

    Can LM10 return to Barcelona?

    The Argentine forward has performed an assist in their victory against Remis on Sunday, with a score of 4-0, but there is a speculation in the French capital that everything isn’t well with Messi. It is seen and understood that Messi along with his family has struggled to settle in Paris, which can be a major factor in affecting his form.

    Also, there is great speculation about the fact if the former Barcelona player could make his return to Camp Nou. The 34-year-old striker visited Spain on Monday for Xavi Hernandez’s birthday on Tuesday night but didn’t answer any questions regarding his possible return to Los Blaugrana.

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