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Inter Miami is optimistic about Messi


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Date of publication:
Jun 10, 2021 7:20 AM GMT

Update date: June 10, 2021 7:30 GMT

British newspaper The Sun reported that former English star David Beckham is confident in his ability to bring Argentinean star Lionel Messi to his Inter Miami squad after retiring in Europe for two seasons.

According to the publication, David Beckham, one of the owners of Inter Miami, who plays in the NBA, was in talks with the father of Lionel Messi and is confident in his desire to end his career in the United States of America.

Jorge Mas, one of the American owners of Inter Miami, also expressed his optimism about the signing of Lionel Messi, Barcelona captain and historic scorer; Although this summer he is not expected.

The future of the Argentine star, who turns 34 later this month, has yet to be decided as his contract with Barcelona expires at the end of June.

Since it is available on the transfer market for free, many clubs are still looking to sign the historic Barcelona scorer, including Inter Miami.

Messi has repeatedly admitted his desire to end his career in the United States of America, and on the other hand, Inter Miami is optimistic about the Barcelona captain, although not this season.

“I am optimistic that Messi will play in an Inter Miami jersey because I believe he will complete the legacy of the best player of our generation and fulfill the ambitions of the owners of Inter Miami to create a world-class team,” Maas said. director and one of the owners of Inter Miami together with the legend of Manchester United David Beckham.

Mas confirmed that his club is working hard to convince Messi to end his career at Inter Miami, stressing: “David (Beckham) and I are working hard. We have the ambition to bring the best players here and Leo Messi is a talented player, arguably the best player of all time. “

This came at a time when Barcelona President Joan Laporta announced earlier this month that contract renewal negotiations with historic leader and striker Messi were ongoing and confirmed that the club was close to announcing new deals.

Messi’s contract expires this month and he can move to any other team for free, while media reports said the player is close to staying.

Inter Miami faced penalties and fines from the American Football League amid a deal with France’s Blaise Matuidi of Juventus, and David Beckham’s partner George Maas was fined $ 250,000 after investigating the team’s finances.

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