The Spanish newspaper “Sport” revealed an official offer made by Inter Miami to sign Argentine legend Lionel Messi during the upcoming summer transfer season.
The newspaper said that Messi, who officially announced his departure from Paris Saint-Germain, did not specify his next destination at a time when international newspapers were circulating news of an expected transfer contract for Messi to Al Hilal Saudi Arabia for a huge sum of up to 400 million euros per year.
The newspaper pointed out that Miami’s “official” offer lasts for four seasons at a rate of 50 million euros per year, and includes the contract with Messi’s former friend in Barcelona, Sergio Busquets, who ended his career with the Catalan club in the current season by leading him to the podium with the “La Liga” title.
She pointed out that Miami, which is owned by English legend David Beckham, is closer to attracting Messi, especially since his contract includes promotional aspects and advertising revenues related to the 2026 World Cup in America, Mexico and Canada.
It is noteworthy that Beckham visited Paris Saint-Germain training as a former club player and hugged Messi and took pictures with him last April, which raised doubts at the time that Messi could move to his friend’s English team.
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