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Failed at Barcelona, hated in Mexico and will coach Messi in Miami

By Liam Styles

Failed at Barcelona, hated in Mexico and will coach Messi in Miami

The coach has one foot inside David Beckham's club on American soil.

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David Beckham's Inter Miami is starting to take shape for when Lionel Messi can be presented in the next few days. The Argentine player has taken a vacation to be ready for the second half of the Major League Soccer season, where he will have to fight to get the club out of the last places of the Eastern Conference and far from being able to aspire to the playoffs.

Messi is the strong card of the upcoming transfer window in North America. He wants to open the panorama for other players who would like to retire in the United States. Sergio Busquets would be one of those who could accompany the Argentinean crack in his new adventure, but this cannot yet be arranged until the transfer market formally begins, which will be until July 5, at the same time that Messi's contract with Paris Saint-Germain is due to expire.

Although his head coach is Javier Morales, it seems that one of the conditions that Messi has set in order to arrive with full confidence to the state of Florida, that he has a coach who has coached him before and who is of all his confidence. There was talk that Luis Enrique would be close to start talks, but PSG's offer is more attractive to win the UEFA Champions League again.

So Beckham already knows who is the right coach to start forging a new dynasty in MLS. Although there is still a long way to go before the Miami team can be considered one of the favorites, the reality is that if they have good signings they could conquer this tournament as soon as possible.

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Journalist Cesar Luis Merlo has made it known on his social networks that Gerardo Martino already has a verbal agreement with Inter Miami. He has just left his post in the Mexico national team with mediocre results and would be accepting the offer of the North Americans in an immediate way. The so-called 'Tata' already has a valid work visa within the territory and could arrive in July along with Lionel Messi.


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