Lionel Messi offers his 12 million Euros Private Jet to Argentina for International Duties
Lionel Messi has generously offered up the use of his £12million private jet to his Argentina team-mates for the international break.
Argentina take on Bolivia and Ecuador in their first two 2022 World Cup qualifying matches on October 8 and October 13.
And, due to the coronavirus pandemic, Messi has offered up his plane to Argentine stars currently playing in Europe to help them stay safe.
Messi was joined by the likes of Paulo Dybala, Juan Foyth, Marcos Acuna, Lucas Ocampos, and Nicolas Otamendi on the jet.
The five Argentina stars will then join Messi on the return trip back to Spain in a bid to limit interaction at public airports.
The Argentinian selection, with Lionel Messi in command, will have to confront to the atmospheric conditions to carry the three points of Bolivia and try revertir the negative result that obtained in his last visit to the heights of The Peace, when the venues attained to impose and the Albicelestes carried a defeat by 2-0.
The Barcelona star Messi aged 33, first started using the £12m Gulfstream V jet in 2018 and he has leased it out to an Argentine company on a number of occasions in the past few years.
The plane was infamously forced to make an emergency landing in Brussels due to a technical fault earlier this year.
It displays a number of incredible features, including its very own kitchen.
There are two bathrooms and enough seats for up to 16 people.
The chairs can even be folded up and turned into eight beds so the players can get some much-needed shut-eye on the long flight to South America.
Messi’s plane also displays the names of his family adorned on the jet, with wife Antonella, plus children Thiago, Ciro, and Mateo all having their names etched on the steps.
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