Messi will play for Inter Miami. The Argentinian footballer has decided to continue his career with the American franchise after rejecting a $1 million offer from Saudi Arabia and telling him he will not return to Barcelona. According to various sources, to the Blaugrana Club. Despite the mutual efforts of Barcelona and the players themselves to reach an agreement, the hoped-for mythical revival of the Curé team will not materialize.
As detailed by The Athletic on Wednesday, Messi has only two options for a move next season, Barça or Inter Miami, with MLS executives saying the decision is 50%. It is said that Ultimately he chose the American option.
Messi’s tactics go well beyond the Florida franchise, and Inter Miami’s offers always included a percentage of MLS Pass subscribers and a portion of the profits reported to MLS Pass, according to The Athletic. To the point of being included, the whole competition is involved. Adidas joins MLS. MLS TV rights are in Apple’s hands He paid the American League $2.5 billion on a 10-year deal. By the way, Apple TV+ recently announced that it will broadcast a documentary series about Messi’s victory at the World Cup in Qatar as Argentina national team.
Messi’s connection with Adidas is also well-known, with Messi’s relationship with the German brand dating back to 2006. Adidas outfits all MLS teams (29 teams) through a sponsorship deal Messi signed for $830 million until 2030.
Inter Miami have even set a possible date for Messi’s debut. Cruz Azul will play in a friendly tournament at DRV PNK Stadium in Miami on July 21st. Jorge Mas and Jose Mas are owners of the club and will also be given the option to take over some of Messi’s assets after he retires.