Surprise, the historic Argentinian team where Messi plays before going to Miami

The crack will be in another shirt while Beckham is looking for new players.

By Liam Styles

The crack will be in another shirt while Beckham is looking for new players.
The crack will be in another shirt while Beckham is looking for new players.
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The surprise has come in the summer transfer window with Lionel Messi signing for Major League Soccer's Inter Miami. The David Beckham-owned team will be making their official presentation in the next few days, while the Argentine has taken a well-deserved holiday in his homeland, where he has an exclusive property where he can seclude himself from the world and enjoy his family and his closest friends.

No details have yet been released about the negotiations between the former Paris Saint-Germain player and Messi. The southamerican player did not want to renew with the Parisians after all the criticism he received from fans who booed him in some matches. This after failing to win the UEFA Champions League despite millions of dollars invested in other top calibre players.

Just as the refusal of FC Barcelona to return and try to have his dream season with the team where he was born came as a surprise. Although there were talks between Joan Laporta and Jorge Messi, who represents the interests of 'La Pulga' around the world, where they could not reach any agreement and preferred the agreement he will make to be in North American lands for the next few years.

But first, during his holidays, Messi will be playing with a historical team of Argentina for a unique match in the coming days. This after speculation as to why he had not been introduced to the state of Florida. But everything has a time, and the striker cannot make any legal signings until his contract with PSG runs out completely on the 30th of June.

Which shirt will Messi wear before he goes to the United States?

It has been revealed that Lionel Messi is one of the most important guests at Juan Roman Riquelme's farewell party. Although he has been retired for years and is president of Boca Juniors, he has invited all the friends he has shared the pitch with. Messi would be wearing the shirt of the Buenos Aires team, which has led to the comparison of the crack and Diego Armando Maradona, who died almost three years ago.

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