Lionel Messi set for richest deal in MLS history, summer move to Beckham’s Miami
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Lionel Messi is on the verge of joining Inter Miami next summer, where he will become the richest player in Major League Soccer history, according to a sensational Sunday Times report.
Considered by many to be the greatest player of his generation, the 35-year-old Messi still plays at an elite level with Paris Saint-Germain - and Argentina - and should be among several potential stops to consider upon his return to Barcelona - Contract expires this summer.
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According to a report in May, Messi would join Inter Miami and acquire 35% of the club from David Beckham as the Argentine already has a home in Miami, as does close friend Luis Suarez. Speculation has linked Suarez and Cesc Fabregas with Inter Miami, who would be stratospheric for a younger league but have also shown world-class veterans can break through late in their careers.
Messi to Miami: what it means for club, player, MLS
This is the rare deal that will have everyone with an MLS opinion nodding to one another, whether they're defying outdated "Retirement League" criticism or those who believe the league still needs big names to stay relevant to be.
Messi is nearing his 700th goal between Barca and PSG and has added 93 more for Argentina, with almost 400 combined assists by club and country. He has won seven Ballons d'Or and is still in the 99th percentile on expected net goals and assists, shooting actions, pass attempts and passing passes, according to FBRef.com. He would draw some criticism from the die-hard Cristiano Ronaldo and/or Real Madrid crowd and perhaps those hoping he would one day go home to Newell's Old Boys, but Messi will be closer to Argentina and a closer event for South Americans and North American fans.
Inter Miami made their first playoff appearance in 2022, their third season in MLS. The club are coached by Phil Neville and boasted about Messi's pal Gonzalo Higuain until the player retired this summer. Alejandro Pozuelo is also out of contract and star Leonardo Campana was on loan from Wolves this season. Still on the roster are USMNT return player DeAndre Yedlin, former Arsenal return player Kieran Gibbs. Suffice it to say that if Pozuelo and Carlos Vela can influence a club like they did in their 30s, Messi will fight for any league honors a la Zlatan Ibrahimovic.
Every single MLS club would sell out their dates against Inter Miami well before the game. If you thought David Beckham was going to be a box office hit, get ready for something even bigger... if it actually happens.
Lionel Messi was targeting the richest deal in MLS history, the summer move to Beckham's Miami originally appeared on NBCSports.com
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