Major League Soccer
Messi is now playing for Major League Soccer (MLS) team Barcelona after leaving French club Paris Saint-Germain at the end of the current season. Lionel Messi, a great football player from Argentina, is not going to be returning to his former team, FC Barcelona. As a result, Inter Miami is in negotiations to sign Messi.
Fabrizio Romano, an esteemed journalist, was the one who broke the news of the development. July or August is a possibility for Messi’s first game with the Miami Dolphins.It is important to point out that Messi has moved on from the French club Paris Saint-Germain at the conclusion of the current campaign.
Reportedly, Lionel Messi’s ambition to play for Barcelona again, the La Liga powerhouse with whom he came to stardom from 2004 to 2011, was dashed by the club’s financial difficulties.If Messi were to join the Major League Soccer, it would be the most significant signing for the league since David Beckham joined the LA Galaxy in 2007.During an interview in March with The Athletic, MLS commissioner Don Garber stated that bringing Lionel Messi to the United States would be beneficial for the league.
When speaking about Messi, Garber stated, “You’re dealing with perhaps the most special player in the history of the game.” Therefore, whenever there are rumours that he has connections to Miami, that’s fantastic. And if it were possible, it would be great for the Major League Soccer (MLS), it would be great for Messi and his family, and just as with everything else, we strive to pass up every opportunity that comes our way.PSG gave Messi a two-week suspension at the end of the previous month for skipping a training session so he could fly to Saudi Arabia.
During his suspension, Messi was not permitted to train with the first team, nor did he play in any matches with them. He also did not receive any compensation.Details indicate that PSG manager Christophe Galtier communicated to his team that they would receive two days off, Monday and Tuesday, in the event of a victory over Lorient on Sunday, April 30, but that they would be required to go to training on Monday, May 1, in the event of a defeat.According to ESPN, “Messi, 35, asked if he would be allowed to travel to the Arab gulf to honour his sponsorship deal as a Saudi ambassador,” and “Galtier and sporting director Luis Campos gave him the green light to go in the result of a win or draw, but not in the event of a defeat.
” Messi asked if he would be allowed to travel to the Arab gulf to honour his sponsorship deal as a Saudi ambassador.”However, after Paris Saint-Germain’s humiliating 3-1 loss to Lorient, Messi travelled to Saudi Arabia without once again asking for permission, sources informed ESPN. Because of this, he was unable to attend training on Monday.”Sources told ESPN that the situation created tensions within the dressing room, and that some players were unhappy with the incident.”In 2021, Messi signed a two-year contract to play for Paris Saint-Germain after previously playing for Barcelona.