Paris Saint-Germain goalkeeper, Gianluigi Donnarumma, has wished Lionel Messi and Sergio Ramos the best as the veteran duo bid farewell to the Parisians.
Donnarumma said that both Messi and Ramos have made history, adding that they are two legends.
Messi and Ramos, who both recently confirmed their departure from PSG, joined the club from Barcelona and Real Madrid, respectively, in 2021.
PSG hoped that the veterans’ experience and quality would help them win the coveted UEFA Champions League.
However, the transfers did not go according to plan as Ramos struggled to remain fit after joining the French Ligue 1 champions and missed 33 games across competitions in his debut season.
Although he featured in all but five of PSG’s 50 games this season, his performances often left much to be desired.
Messi, on the other hand, scored 32 goals and provided 35 assists in 75 appearances across competitions.
However, the Argentina World Cup winner became subject to criticism after struggling to impress for PSG in the Champions League.
“They are two great players, players who have made history,” Donnarumma told French television channel Canal+.
“It is a great honour to have been able to play with them. They are two legends and we wish them the best for the future.”