Messi's private plane survives the crash

Messi's private plane survives the crash

 The plane of Argentine star Lionel Messi, Barcelona Commander, was forced to land at Brussels Airport in the Belgian capital due to a technical failure that struck her while she was heading to Tenerife in the Canary Islands.

Press reports indicated that there is currently no information or details about the identity of the person on board the plane, whether Lionel Messi, Barcelona star or any of his family members.

Messi plane makes emergency landing in Brussels:

According to the Belgian "HLN" network, the private plane owned by Messi, was making its way to Tenerife in the Canary Islands, Spain, and encountered a defect in the landing gear, and almost fell, which prompted her to make an emergency landing at Brussels Airport.

Brussels airport refuses to provide any information about who was on board the private Messi plane that landed this morning due to the general data protection law, which is stipulated by the European Union, to protect the privacy of people.

The Barcelona star owns a private plane, which he bought two years ago with 13 million euros. The HLN reporter took a picture of the plane's emergency landing at Brussels airport this morning, but he was unable to obtain information about whether Messi was inside or not.

Flick remarks and Bayern Munich president after the renewal

 Bayern Munich coach Hansi Blake expressed his happiness after officially renewing his contract with the Bavarian club for the next 3 seasons until the summer of 2023.

 The coach spoke to the club's official website after the renewal that he was ready to face difficulties in the coming period with his technical staff, noting that the talks that took place between him between the club were very good and a sign of mutual trust between them.

Flick and Bayern's boss are happy with the renewal: we will achieve our goals

In this regard, Bayern President Carl Heinz Rummenigge said, "The club is very happy with Blake's work. The team has developed a lot under his leadership and we have become a fun soccer club whose impact on achieving results."

I love the way he leads the team with great capabilities."

Bayern Munich appointed Hansi Flick late last year as technical director of the first team, to succeed the dismissed Croatian Nico Kovac, but on an emergency basis.