Lionel Messi has revealed his shocking home habits alongside the kind and range of foods that he loves eating.
The Argentine great, who joined Inter Miami on July 15, 2023, following the expiration of his two-year deal with Paris Saint Germain, has revealed that he loves eating sweet meals.
Messi has had an outstanding first few months in Miami, recording on-field and off-field feats.
Lionel Messi home habits
Sharing in an interview with TN30 about his diet, Lionel Messi made a strange revelation about his home and eating habits.
He said: “Before going to sleep, I leave the entire table ready for the next day. Breakfast… everyone in their place, always sitting in the same place, everyone has their place at the table, the kids, Antonela, me.”
The 36-year-old recently bought an elegant £8.6 million mansion in Miami, as he continues to enjoy life in America.
Messi, who earns £47 million yearly at Inter Miami also revealed that he likes to eat “everything that is sweet”.
What kind of food does Messi like?
He said: “I am very simple when it comes to meals: asado, milanesa, pasta, chocolate, dulce de leche, ice cream…
“I like everything that is sweet, I am in love with it. I try to eat little but every now and then I like it.”
The Barcelona great has scored 11 goals and provided 5 assists in 11 appearances for Inter Miami across all competitions.
He assisted the Herons in winning the Leagues Cup on August 20, 2023, defeating Nashville 9-10 on penalties, after a 1-1 draw in regulation time.
Lionel Messi has been absent from Inter Miami’s last two matches, with Tata Martino’s side picking up a win and a loss.
The Herons defeated Sporting Kansas by 3-2 on Sunday, September 10, 2023, in the absence of Messi.
They afterward embarrassingly lost 5-2 to Atlanta United, with manager Martino also opting to rest his countryman from the game due to muscle fatigue.
When will Lionel Messi play for Inter Miami next?
Lionel Messi is expected to return to action on Thursday, September 21, 2023, with Inter Miami welcoming Toronto FC to the DRV PNK Stadium.
Meanwhile, Messi has several times drummed the name of his favorite food into the ears of the world, and it is the traditional Argentine staple called Milanesa. The 36-year-old also mentioned it in the interview as earlier revealed.
Lionel Messi recently equaled the free-kick record of Inter Miami co-owner David Beckham, after netting his 65th free-kick goal in Argentina’s 1-0 win over Ecuador.
Messi has his sights on another trophy in America on Thursday, September 28, 2023, with Inter Miami squaring up against Houston Dynamo FC in the Open Cup final.
He has had a stellar football career, winning almost every trophy available to him in the world of football, including; 10 La Liga titles, 3 UEFA Champions League titles, and 1 FIFA World Cup.
Lionel Messi has scored 721 goals in 886 club career matches, and he is the second-highest goalscorer in football history.
In terms of assists, the Argentine great sits number 1 in the history of football with 344 assists to his name.