Major League Soccer club Inter Miami have been handed a positive development in their push to acquire Lionel Messi with speculations indicating that the World Cup winner is not certain of his continuous stay in Paris.
The contractual agreement between Lionel Messi and French side Paris Saint Germain runs out at the end of this campaign in May and discussions have been made about furthering the contractual terms of the Argentine great.
However, Based on a reportage from French media outlet, L’Equipe on Wednesday, The Barcelona Legend is growingly not certain if he would continue in Paris.
Major League Soccer side Inter Miami are in domineering position to bring him to America, Lionel Messi moving to the MLS would also be astonishing for soccer in the United States Of America.
The MLS commences action on the 25th of February, 2023 and it would be the 28th season of Major League Soccer, the league is garnering and gathering lots of attention from different parts of the globe.
The owner of Major League Soccer side Inter Miami FC
Inter Miami is owned by English great David Beckham, who many presume to be the orchestrator who assisted in opening the MLS to the eye of the world.
The megastar joined LA Galaxy from Real Madrid in 2007 on a five-year deal for a fee of $32.5 million.
David Beckham’s erstwhile teammate at Manchester United Phil Neville is the manager of the soccer club.
L’Equipe made it known that the family of Lionel Messi also relish the thought of residing in the United States Of America.
The current PSG man owns a home in Miami and he on many occasions enjoys his free time in the apartment.
The Argentine icon is married to his heartthrob Antonela Roccuzzo and the pair are blessed with three sons namely; Mateo, Thiago and Ciro.
Lionel Messi’s dad, Jorge, is also the Argentine’s representative and he reportedly held talks with PSG over the future of the forward on Wednesday.
Reports emanated last November that Inter Miami and Lionel Messi were nearing the agreement of terms on a possible transfer.
The 35-year-old attacker would still earn a massive salary which would put him as the highest paid soccer player in the United States Of America.
In the previous month, when Inter Miami got back for training activities in preparation for the upcoming Major League Soccer campaign beginning in February, Phil Neville in a presser didn’t rule out a possible acquisition of the forward.
The coach and the captain of Inter Miami on the prospect of signing Lionel Messi
The manager of Inter Miami said this with team captain Gregore Da Silva, who also didn’t rule out a possible move for Lionel Messi.
Phil Neville said: “We want to bring the best players in the world to this club and he is probably the best player, so for us the landscape has not changed at all,” .
“With any deal for any DP [Designated Player] of that level, it’s complicated. It takes time.”
While Gregore Da Silva said: “Why not? I believe it could happen, Players around the world view MLS as a great league.
“If Messi comes, I would be happy because I like to play with the best and learn from them.”
Lionel Messi has scored 10 goals and has made 10 assists in 18 Ligue 1 appearances for The Parisians.
Bayern Munich defeated Paris Saint Germain in the first leg of action in the Round of 16 of the UEFA Champions League and if the German club seals the job in the second leg, Messi could face immense criticism.
He would also be questioned on if he can still keep up with the challenges of playing in the top-flight in addition to if he can still strut his stuff in a competitive league or tournament.
The Major League Soccer offers him an avenue to play without much weights on his shoulders whilst still building his footballing brand to the American audience.
The Argentine guided Argentina to their third world cup title in history as he played a dominant role in landing that prestigious trophy for The Albiceleste.