Lionel Messi’s Paris Saint Germain’s jersey was sold out in 30 minutes after the football club displayed them for sales on its website.
When our correspondent visited the website, only limited women’s and kids were available for sale at over €100.
The men’s shirt sold for €107.99 (£92) when available for sale.
The club made available for sale home and away kits. While the home is white, the away is blue.
Advertising the jersey, the club posted, “The new Paris Saint-Germain striker will wear the number 30. Visit the online store to get the Leo Messi jersey! Leo Messi is Parisian and will wear the number 30!”
Earlier in a press statement, the club described Messi as a legend.
“Paris Saint-Germain are very happy to announce the signing of Leo Messi to a two-year contract, with an optional extra year.
The six-time Ballon d’Or winner is considered a legend in his sport and a true source of inspiration for all generations, on and off the pitch.
“The signing of Leo reinforces the ambitions of Paris Saint-Germain and offers loyal Club supporters an exceptional team, which promises to bring incredible football moments to life in the years to come,” the club said.
Explained: Why Barcelona had to let Messi go
AFP reports that Barcelona were desperate to keep Lionel Messi and the Argentine wanted to stay at the Camp Nou — as his tears at a farewell press conference on Sunday attested.
So why, then, is he leaving the only club he has ever represented in his 17-year professional career?
– La Liga salary cap –
Barcelona say they had no choice other than to offload the 34-year-old — on a free transfer with his contract having ended in June — as they battle to slash a 1.2 billion-euro ($1.4 billion) debt mountain.
Messi had agreed to take a 50 percent wage cut, and studies suggested his commercial value to the club far exceeded the astronomical cost of his salary.