Lionel Messi will not join Inter Miami in the MLS after reaching an agreement to renew with PSG

Before this Argentina to qualify for 2022 World Cup in Qatarthe future Lionel Messi He remained an unknown, even looking for new challenges from PSG in the summer, and MLS appeared to be his choice.Especially David Beckham’s Inter Miami, though that situation has taken an important turn.

According to the journalist’s report Fabrizio Romano, The Argentine star and Paris Saint-Germain have reached a verbal agreement to extend his contract Further details of Qatar’s new contract and salary with the 2022 champions Parisian club are expected to be finalized in the coming months.

Very much Luis Campos as Al Khelaifi works together to deliver his new contract to the ArgentineThis is expected to be updated as the season progresses.

The above journalist has also given an explanation Although Messi had offers from Inter Miami, he never accepted them, and he was never involved in negotiations with Barcelona to return to the Blaugrana.

“Leo Messi never accepted Inter Miami’s plan or negotiated with Barcelona. He was approached by both clubs, but nothing progressed. Paris Saint-Germain’s president, board and manager have been pushing for months to extend his contract; Now accepted”Romano wrote.

PSG’s offer is higher than MLS’s

That was discussed recently The An offer from Inter Miami would make Lionel Messi He is the highest-paid player in MLS history, although figures have not been released.

Now what? It is speculated that PSG’s new proposal will be attractive to Lionel Messi, who could accept it and continue his career in the French capital. With the club still looking to win its first Champions League.

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