The Paris Saint-Germain club shop sold off Lionel Messi’s shirts in just 30 minutes as a gigantic queue weaved through the French capital.
The Argentine superstar, 34, officially completed his move to the Ligue 1 giants on Tuesday following his shock Barcelona exit.
Messi signed a two-year deal and was given an outrageous police escort to PSG HQ after he landed in France.
But supporters were left with the prospect of hours and hours waiting in the beaming sunshine after a monster queue began to form.
It was revealed Messi – who wore the No10 jersey for the majority of his Barcelona career – would don the No30 in Paris on Tuesday.
Neymar is the current No10 at the Parc des Princes and is claimed to have offered it to his old pal Messi.
But the Argentine decided to go back to his roots by taking the No30 – the number he wore for his Barcelona first-team debut way back in 2004.
Meanwhile, the Argentine revealed he chose to join Paris Saint-Germain after leaving Barcelona as he believes they offer him the best chance of winning the Champions League for a fifth time.