Barcelona plays poison to get Messi

The Catalan team wants to partner with Inter Miami Club of the American Professional League (MLS) to recruit Lionel Messi with a unique solution to circumvent financial fair play laws. The Spanish press revealed that FC Barcelona wanted to borrow the Argentinian star from the MLS team after Inter Miami signed him to avoid La Liga regulations.
– Neymar wants to join Manchester United this summer and he also refuses to leave Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) for any other club, but the Red Devils are afraid of the same scene repeating at Old Trafford. According to a report on L’Equipe, Barcelona cannot sign Messi for free this summer, because they still need to comply with La Liga’s principles of financial fairness. Barca’s salary bill is still off-limits and they’re looking to get around the problem. The source of the French newspaper said the plan for Messi to join the team playing in the MLS on a permanent contract and then be loaned back to Barcelona for a period of 6 to 18 months. Moreover, Barcelona want the Argentinian star to continue playing in Europe but they know they cannot fully meet the salary of the seven-time Ballon d’Or winner.
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Barcelona want to cooperate with MLS to recruit Messi on loan to avoid violating La Liga’s financial fair play.

It should be known that Saudi Arabia’s Al Hilal team is also competing for the FIFA World Cup champion and has offered a salary of 500 million euros per season. However, if the Bay Area team signs Messi, of course Barcelona will have to look to other options. Therefore, they are working with Inter Miami on a mutually beneficial cooperation agreement.

MLS CEO Don Garber has confirmed they are doing everything they can to get Lionel Messi to play in this tournament. They are ready to break all the rules and help Inter Miami complete the deal, because Messi will become the biggest magnet of attraction in the football world.

Garber spoke to the Associated Press sports editors when CBS Sports asked about Messi: “There’s no league that doesn’t want Lionel Messi in its game. There are a lot of factors at play in thinking about Messi. Messi’s decision. He has a lot of options on where to continue his career. I can tell you, we would love to have Messi in our league.”

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Miami club co-owner Beckham has long wanted Messi in the squad.

The MLS CEO continued: “We will work very hard with Miami, who hope to be able to sign Messi. We want to create a program that will allow Messi to establish a football legacy. unprecedented globally”.

Lionel Messi has yet to officially decide on his future, but journalist Gerard Romero says the Argentine wants to complete the deal in the next two weeks. PSG’s campaign will end at home to Clermont Foot on June 3, and this will also be Messi’s last game for the Ligue 1 side.

After this match, Messi will join the Argentina national team to tour Asia with a clash with Australia on June 15 in China and a guest with Indonesia on June 19. After this time, the 35-year-old striker announced his destination for the next season.

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