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World champion, Laporta kicked him out and he will be Messi's partner in Miami

By Liam Styles

World champion, Laporta kicked him out and he will be Messi's partner in Miami

The midfielder would be the first star to join the Argentine on American soil.

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David Beckham continues to break the summer market for Major League Soccer. After his stint as a player, he has done his business savvy and has taken over Inter Miami, which is already bearing fruit with the arrival of Lionel Messi in the coming days, which will open a new window of footballing and economic opportunities for other talents from Europe.

Despite the offers they had, Messi decided to stay with the former Manchester United and his team after several talks where he has been offered a juicy contract and several commercial agreements, which will make him sponsor world-class brands in technology and sportswear, so he would be emulating other prestigious athletes like Michael Jordan or Serena Williams.

Messi rejected an offer from Arab football to be with one of the teams that are facing Cristiano Ronaldo and Al-Nassr. Although he could not be champion, the Portuguese has already started a gale of millionaire signings such as Karim Benzema or Steven Gerrard, who have signed contracts with spectacular sums and that assure them an important future in their personal lives.

For the time being, the southamerican star will be on holiday for the next few days at a farm he owns in Argentina with his family and close friends. And then he will play a friendly match with Juan Roman Riquelme at La Bombonera Stadium in Buenos Aires. There he will be reunited with what he considers his all-time football idol and who was part of the coaching staff in the Qatar 2022 World Cup, Pablo Aimar.

Who is the player who will accompany Messi in Miami?

Toti Juanmartí launched on his social networks the information that Sergio Busquets would be Lionel Messi's partner for Inter Miami. The former FC Barcelona player had a small tribute to recognise his career with the Catalan side, although the way it has been done has not been to the player's liking. Offers from Inter Milan and Atletico Madrid were expected, but it is North American football that can give him what he wants, as well as reuniting him with the World Cup winner.
 


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