Lionel Messi has returned to his best form, racking up double digits in goals and assists with only 17 games played this season. The Argentine is heading into the World Cup as one of the best players right now, and has a strong chance of winning the tournament with the national team.
The 35-year-old’s club future remains up in the air, with his contract with PSG expiring at the end of the season. The French side are keen on renewing his contract, but now face competition from Inter Miami alongside Barcelona.
Inter Miami keen on signing Lionel Messi
According to renowned journalist David Ornstein, the MLS club have been in contact with Messi for a few years now. The player also owns property in Miami and the city is a source of attraction for his family.
Talks between the two parties are expected to continue after the 2022 World Cup. Ornstein adds that David Beckham’s side is optimistic about getting the deal done in the coming months.
Lionel Messi’s former club, Barcelona, are also keen on signing him from PSG next summer. Their president, Joan Laporta and economic vice president Eduard Romeu have publicly commented on arranging a return for the legend. However, their ability to arrange for it remains up in the air as of right now.
The seven-time Ballon d’Or winner will only decide on his future after the World Cup. Which means every speculation about his future will gain more clarity within a few months.