like to buy the Vichute that Messi wore for a million dollars
Lionel Messi (Paris Saint-Germain), who led Argentina to the 2022 Qatar World Cup, held the World Cup trophy with a cape called Visht on his shoulder at the awards ceremony held at Rusyle Stadium in Qatar on the 18th.
Vishut is a gift from Qatar’s King Tamim bin Hamad Al-Shani to Messi. Visht is a traditional Islamic costume that symbolizes wisdom, loyalty, courage, and wealth and is worn at important events.
A hopeful appeared to want to buy Messi’s Vichute. According to European media Sky Sports and Marca on the 24th, Ahmed al-Barwani, an Oman lawyer and lawmaker, offered to buy Messi’s Visht for $1 million. Visht is Islam’s highest honor, and it is recognized for its rarity, especially because it was worn by world star Messi. Al Barwani expressed his intention to display Messi’s Visht so that the public can “listen.” “Congratulations on Argentina’s World Cup victory and I offer $1 million in return for returning Visht to the Arab world,” he said. “I watched the King of Qatar dressing Messi in Visht at the stadium, and I want to display Visht to commemorate the proud moment.”
But the deal is not expected to be a deal. This is because Messi is also well aware of the value of this bisuit. European and Argentine media speculate that the bisuit will be displayed at the “Messi Museum” in Messi’s hometown of Rosario, Argentina.