According to reports, Lionel Messi has made the decision to join Inter Miami, leaving Barcelona to miss out on the opportunity to bring the World Cup champion back home.
- Messi chooses Inter Miami
- Signing for MLS club as a free agent
- Barca is unable to re-sign club legend
Paris Saint-Germain has officially confirmed the departure of Lionel Messi
, who will become a free agent when his contract expires on June 30. This announcement was made prior to the club’s final game of the Ligue 1 season. The public’s curiosity regarding the future plans of the 35-year-old has heightened, particularly after Barcelona has made their efforts to reacquire him known.
According to recent reports, Al-Hilal, a club based in Saudi Arabia, has been actively pursuing the signing of Lionel Messi. However, renowned football journalist Guillem Balague has disclosed that Messi’s next career move will take him to the United States
Commercial partners Apple and Adidas have reportedly played a crucial role in helping Inter Miami secure the signing of football superstar Lionel Messi, beating out other clubs in the race for his signature. According to a report by The Athletic, a World Cup champion
is poised to receive a portion of the earnings from Apple TV+’s MLS Season Pass. Additionally, the athlete has been offered a profit-sharing deal by Adidas in an effort to solidify their longstanding partnership.
Commercial partners Apple and Adidas have reportedly helped Inter Miami secure the signing of football superstar Lionel Messi, beating out other competitors in the race for his signature. According to a report by The Athletic, a World Cup champion is poised to receive a portion of the revenue generated by Apple TV+
‘s MLS Season Pass. Additionally, sportswear giant Adidas has extended a profit-sharing deal to the athlete in a bid to bolster their longstanding partnership.
Lionel Messi’s father has reportedly disclosed that his son expressed a desire to return to Barcelona. However, due to the club’s current financial instability, a final agreement could not be reached. Despite the departures of Gerard Pique, Sergio Busquets, and Jordi Alba from the club in recent months, Barcelona is still required to make significant reductions to their wage bill before they can register any fresh signings.
According to a recent report by GOAL, Al-Hilal’s pursuit of Lionel Messi will have to be put on hold until 2024 at the earliest. The renowned forward has reportedly requested to postpone any potential transfer to the Middle East, as he evaluates his options following his departure from PSG.
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