Lionel Messi, the renowned Argentine footballer, has finally reached an agreement to join Inter Miami, a Major League Soccer team.
The decision was confirmed by Messi himself, as he expressed his intention to sign with the Miami-based club.
Although the deal is not yet completely finalized, Messi stated, as reported by Spanish newspapers Diario Sport and Mundo Deportivo, that he and his team have chosen to continue their journey in Miami. At the age of 36, Messi had been previously linked to a potential return to Barcelona, his long-time club.
However, he announced his decision not to go back to Spain and instead opt for a move to Major League Soccer with Inter Miami. This move comes almost two years after Barcelona was forced to let Messi leave due to financial difficulties.
Despite hopes for a reunion between the Argentine superstar and his former club, Barcelona was unable to secure his return.
The club once again missed out on the opportunity to bring back the World Cup winner. It appears that Messi desired to come back, but he did not want to go through the uncertainty of whether Barcelona could afford to sign him.
He was informed that the club would need to sell other players or reduce salaries, which he did not want to happen.
In summary, Lionel Messi has made the decision to join Inter Miami in Major League Soccer, ending any possibility of returning to Barcelona.
The Argentine footballer chose Miami as his next destination, citing concerns over the financial obstacles he would have faced in rejoining his former club.