Lionel Messi Inter Miami

The 36-year-old forward from Argentina has a contract for two-and-a-half seasons with an option for 2026.

On Saturday, international superstar Lionel Messi formally signed a contract with MLS team Inter Miami CF.

The 36-year-old Argentine attacker is under contract for two and a half seasons with a 2026 option.

Messi declared, “I’m really eager to begin this next phase of my career with Inter Miami and in the United States. “This is an excellent chance, and together we will continue to develop this lovely idea. The aim is to collaborate in order to accomplish the goals we establish, and I can’t wait to get started in my new home.”

On Saturday, Messi posted a picture of himself sporting a pink No. 10 shirt along with the words “Bienvenido” (welcome).

On Sunday at 8:00 p.m. ET, Messi will be presented to the crowd at an event at DRV PNK Stadium in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.

Don Garber, the commissioner of Major League Soccer, said, “We are thrilled that the greatest player in the world chose Inter Miami CF and Major League Soccer, and his decision is a testament to the momentum and energy behind our League and our sport in North America.” “Lionel will prove to the world that the MLS can be a League of Choice for the best players in the game, we have no doubt about that,” said the authors. We really anticipate watching him make his Inter Miami debut at our Leagues Cup competition later this month.

The finest players in the world would be brought to this incredible city, Beckham stated. “Ten years ago, when I started my adventure to construct a new team in Miami, I said that I dreamt of doing that. “Players who shared the desire I had when I joined LA Galaxy to develop American football and leave a lasting legacy in this sport that we both like.

“That dream came true today. Having a player of Leo’s calibre join our team makes me really proud, but I’m also thrilled to welcome a wonderful friend, an incredible guy, and his lovely family to our Inter Miami community.

“Our adventure’s next chapter begins right now, and I can’t wait to

Sergio Busquets and Jordi Alba, Messi’s old Barcelona colleagues, are expected to join him in Miami. Messi will also be reunited with Gerardo “Tata” Martino, a former coach of Argentina and Barcelona, who took over as manager in late June.

The MLS commissioner, Don Garber, stated in a statement, “We are overjoyed that the greatest player in the world chose Inter Miami CF and Major League Soccer, and his decision is a testament to the momentum and energy behind our League and our sport in North America.”

“Lionel will prove to the world that the MLS can be a League of Choice for the best players in the game, we have no doubt about that,” said the authors. We anticipate seeing him make his Inter Miami debut during our Leagues Cup competition. month

Throughout a storied career that ranks him among the best footballers of all time, Messi has won every major award available to him. Messi has won 43 championships in addition to receiving the coveted Ballon d’Or seven times, a record.

35 of those were won while playing for Barcelona, including 10 LaLiga championships, 8 Spanish Supercopas, 7 Copa del Reys, and 4 Champions Leagues. With 672 goals, he was the Catalan club’s most scorer when he left in the summer of 2021.

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