Entertainment Beckham's invitation to Messi and Ronaldo
Barcelona's big mistake is gifting Suarez to Atletico Madrid - not Messi's millions
Atletico players can scarcely believe their fortune in landing the accomplished Uruguayan forward, whose goals have propelled them towards the titleNow, if any footballer deserves to take home a wage equivalent to the GDP of a small nation, it would be Leo, who showed once more at the weekend just why Barca were prepared to sign such a mind-boggling deal with his 650th goal for the club as they overcame Athletic Club.
Inter Miami owner David Beckham opened the doors of MLS and his club to Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo.The end of their career is approaching for Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo. If they are still playing at the highest level in Europe (respectively FC Barcelona and Juventus), the two men could be tempted to ease off a bit and go play for American Major League Soccer. Owner of the Inter Miami club, David Beckham reached out to them. This Saturday, on the occasion of the presentation of the new jersey of his team, the former Manchester United, Real Madrid and PSG, had kind words for the two gifted: "I know that in Miami, our fans want to see big stars. We already have players like Gonzalo Higuain and Blaise Matuidi who bring sparkle and glamor, but in the future we have to attract other big names. Leo (Messi) and Cristiano (Ronaldo) have been mentioned many times. They are in their prime and have been the best in the last fifteen years. " In remarks reported by Mundo Deportivo, David Beckham concedes that he wants the signing of the two stars: "We want to attract the best players. Miami has a great power of attraction on anyone and these are the players that we want to sign here. " The invitation is out.
'Messi has to look after himself and no-one else' – Mingueza says Barcelona can have no complaints about contract call .
The Blaugrana defender, who is seeing his own deal run down, believes his iconic team-mate has earned the right to dictate his own future after all that he has achieved in Catalunya. What has been said? Mingueza told El Larguero on a long-running saga at Camp Nou: “Nobody can complain about everything Messi has given us [at Barcelona]. “He has to look after himself and no-one else.” When will Messi be making a decision? Goal has learned that the mercurial Argentine will wait until the summer before making a definitive call on his next move.