Inside Lionel Messi’s luxury £12million private jet with family names on steps, No 10 on tail, kitchen & two bathrooms – The Sun | The Sun

LIONEL MESSI has ascended to the top of the footballing world but he is also able to fly above the clouds in his own private jet.

The luxury aircraft is ideal for the World Cup winner to fly back and forth from home in Argentina to work in Europe.

Messi had the plane made by an Argentine company and it includes a number of additional extras separating it from the plane journies the public will fly on.

It boasts a number of amazing features, including its very own kitchen.

There are two bathrooms and enough seats for 16 people.

Incredibly, the chairs can also be folded up and turned into eight beds.

Unfortunately it had to make an emergency landing in Brussels three years ago due to a technical fault.

To top things off, the steps feature the names of Messi and his family – wife Antonela, plus children Thiago, Ciro and Mateo.

However, the plane – which also boasts his No10 on the tail – is not owned by the superstar, instead he leases it.

But that is sure to not bother Messi in the slightest as he continues his jet-set lifestyle.

A post shared by Leo Messi (@leomessi)

A post shared by Leo Messi (@leomessi)

most read football stories


Seamus Coleman issues injury update after being rushed to hospital


PSG 'suspend Messi for two weeks after he flew to Saudi without permission'


Reynolds and McElhenney join Wrexham parade but fans say same thing about BBC


Jurgen Klopp CHARGED by FA over ref rant as Liverpool boss 'faces long ban'


The ace is set to leave PSG after being suspended for travelling to Saudi Arabia without the club's permission.

He has returned to club football after achieving his dream of winning his first-ever World Cup.

Argentina beat France in a final for the ages last December with the game decided on penalties after a bonkers 3-3 draw after 120 minutes.

A post shared by Leo Messi (@leomessi)

A post shared by Leo Messi (@leomessi)

Source: Read Full Article