Over the moon with a record seventh Ballon d'Or title, Lionel Messi might not feel too good about this piece of news from Spain. According to reports, his hotel, which is valued at £26m, has received a court order to be demolished. The PSG star's hotel, as per reports from El Confidencial, a Spanish outlet, the four-star hotel named 'MiM Sitges’, which has a total of 77 rooms has been ordered by the court to be demolished since it does not meet the city's standards. The balconies are reportedly too big as per the city's standards and building codes. Lionel Messi’s ‘Struggles’ at PSG Revealed by Former Barcelona Teammate and Friend Luis Suarez

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It has also been learnt that Messi's hotel also does not have proper services pertaining to handling fire emergencies. But it does have a rooftop bar from where visitors can get a clear and beautiful view of the city of Barcelona. Also, further reports claim that 80% of the materials used for making this hotel either has been reused or can be recycled in the future. But unfortunately, it is going to be reportedly demolished soon.

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