Lionel Messi’s novel has come to an end with the announcement of his arrival at Inter Miami of Major League Soccer (MLS), thus closing his chapter in Europe.
The Argentine star already has an agreement to sign with the South Florida team by doing so officially in an interview where he made it clear that there will be no return to Barcelona despite the different reports and the dream of the club to see him back by leaving Paris Saint-Germain during this summer.
“I’m not going back to Barcelona, I’m going to Inter Miami,” Messi told Mundo Deportivo.
“We decided to continue the path there (Miami). I had different offers in Europe, but my idea was to go to Barcelona. I think the time has come to say goodbye to European football,” he said.
— Inter Miami CF (@InterMiamiCF) June 7, 2023
Messi-Inter Miami, a business relationship?
Now, one year after the United States hosts the Copa America and three years after co-hosting the World Cup with Canada, it seems the time may have come.
According to different information, the Messi operation in Miami goes beyond sports by being a project with different commercial doors that would help the Argentine to complete his salary.