Lionel Messi’s representative denies reports that the Argentina captain will join Inter Miami next season
The representative of the Argentine star, Lionel Messi, told CNN that the legend is not in negotiations to join Inter Miami next season.
The clarification came a day after Britain’s The Sunday Times announced on Sunday that the 35-year-old Paris Saint-Germain forward was close to closing a deal with Major League Soccer and would sign after FIFA clinched the deal. Globalism Glass.
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Marcelo Mendes, Messi’s representative, said in a statement to CNN: “This is wrong, it’s fake news. There are no negotiations about Lionel joining Inter Miami next season.”
According to reports in The Times, Messi will reportedly sign for a new club once his PSG contract expires, but he could also extend the contract for another season.
Earlier, MLS Commissioner Don Garber also indicated that clubs in MLS have an interest in signing Messi.
“There has been interest in Messi. However, we believe a lot in the formalities of the rules, so at the moment he is under contract and then he will decide what he will do,” 90min.com quotes the MLS commissioner.
“It would be great to have someone like him in our league, someone of his stature who can provide a global platform for talking about MLS, even beyond our country’s borders.
“I wouldn’t be surprised if we hear more voices about Messi in particular.”
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Currently, Messi is leading the way for Argentina in the World Cup Qatar 2022. This is most likely his World Cup final in his career, and therefore he is determined to lead his team to the cup.
In the opening match of the World Cup, Argentina faced a huge shock as Saudi Arabia defeated them 2-1. However, the team bounced back in the second match against Mexico where Messi was the heavy favorite. The soccer superstar scored an amazing goal to break the deadlock and then assisted his teammate for another goal in the match as well.
Messi holds some significant records having won a total of 40 trophies in his career with Barcelona, Paris Saint-Germain and Argentina – including the Copa América, South America’s premier international tournament – but he has never won a World Cup, and that will be precisely his goal in this season. ed.
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