Sport Messi in MLS, the verdict falls

11:00  18 august  2022
11:00  18 august  2022 Source:   football365.fr

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Leo Messi in MLS? One of his illustrious compatriots gives his opinion.

Lionel Messi (PSG) © supplied by Football 365 Lionel Messi (PSG)

It is no secret that David Beckham dreams of seeing Lionel Messi play for Inter Miami in the MLS after the Argentinian decided to leave European football, But his compatriot Gonzalo Higuaín is not so sure that it happens one day. Major League Soccer continues to grow and more and more world renowned names come to play in America, as we can testify this summer with the signatures of Gareth Bale, Giorgio Chiellini and other stars who decided to raise the Défi de la MLS.

Inter Miami has clearly expressed its intention to welcome Messi

, Inter Miami Commercial Director, Xavier Asensi, said the team always seeks to attract the best players in the world to play with She, and that Messi is certainly part of it. Gonzalo Higuaín says that he did not speak to Messi the possibility of playing together at Inter Miami, but the Argentinian striker says that he would not reject the opportunity to play with him, but feels long after Having played with him for more than nine years in the national team of Argentina. " He has a contract with PSG at the moment and I do not know if he will eventually be playing here. I had the opportunity to play with him for nine years," he told the media .

World Cup fans to get Saudi visas as Gulf neighbours cash in .
Saudi Arabia will offer multiple-entry visas to fans at the Qatar World Cup, officials said on Thursday, as neighbouring Gulf countries look to reap benefits from the competition. Qatari officials say more than 20,000 fans could arrive each day on shuttle flights from Gulf countries, some of which are offering special hotel packages. Large numbers of Saudis will also flood across the border. Saudi Arabia's Group C clash with Lionel Messi's Argentina is one of the most in-demand games, World Cup CEO Nasser al-Khater told the official Qatar News Agency in a Twitter interview late on Wednesday.

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