Messi Joins Inter Miami in MLS, Spurns Barcelona and Saudi Arabia

Lionel Messi, widely regarded as one of the greatest football players of all time, has reportedly chosen to join Inter Miami in the Major League Soccer (MLS) instead of going back to Barcelona or signing with Saudi Arabia. The news comes following months of speculations about the 33-year-old Argentinian’s future after he expressed a desire to leave Barca last year.

According to reports, Messi’s decision to join Inter Miami was influenced by his close association with the club’s co-owner and former teammate, David Beckham. The move is expected to draw a huge crowd to the MLS, which has been trying to attract more high-profile players to boost its image.

However, some have criticized the decision, with some blaming Barcelona’s former president, Josep Maria Bartomeu, for allowing the club to slide into crisis, ultimately leading Messi to leave. Others argue that Messi’s move to the MLS is a sign of his fading glory, as he heads into the final years of his career.

Despite these criticisms, Messi remains a football superstar, and many fans are eagerly anticipating his debut in the MLS. As the story continues to unfold, fans will be keeping a close eye on Messi’s progress as he sets out to make his mark in the MLS.