Inter Miami signs Argentina forward Lionel Messi until the end of 2025

 Argentina forward Lionel Messi has signed for American club Inter Miami until the end of 2025. The seven-time Ballon d'Or winner left French champions Paris St-Germain at the end of the 2022-23 season. Inter Miami co-owner David Beckham described the signing as a "dream come true" and expressed excitement for the opportunity to work together to achieve objectives set. Beckham hoped to bring the greatest players in the world to Miami, helping grow football in the USA and building a legacy for the next generation in the sport. Messi will be available to play for Miami against LIGA MX side Cruz Azul on 21 July in their opening match of the Leagues Cup. MLS commissioner Don Garber expressed his excitement for the decision, stating that MLS can be a league of choice for the best players in the game. Messi won the last of his seven Ballon d'Or awards in 2021 and could win it again later this year after leading Argentina to World Cup success in Qatar in 2022. Messi joined the French side in 2021 after spending 21 years with Barcelona. He is Barca's record scorer with 672 goals and has won 10 La Liga titles, four Champions Leagues, and seven Spanish Cups.


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