Hope is reborn in MLS. After the 2022 Qatar World Cup, it seemed that the chances that Lionel Messi could reach the MLS in the future slipped away, however, some reports brought light back to the North American league that dreams of being able to have the Argentine star in its ranks, considered by many to be the best soccer player in all of history.
According to the journalist gerard romero, Messi no longer feels so convinced of wanting to extend his relationship with PSGand this opens the door for the MLS to look for his signing again, either in the summer market or thinking about next year.
Messi ends his contract with the French team in the summer of this year, and according to Romero, Messi is closer to being a free agent than to extending his stay with those led by Christophe Galtier.
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Other options for Messi
Although for a few months now one of Messi’s strongest options has been MLSwhere Inter Miami and New York City FC have sounded like possible destinations for the 35-year-old soccer player, other leagues have pressed for his signing.
In the last days, it was revealed that the Saudi Arabian League might not settle for Cristiano Ronaldo and he would also drop a million-dollar offer to take over the current world champion, and the best player in the fair.
Newell’s Old Boys, his childhood club, is another of those that sounds very strong for Messi to retire as a footballer, although lately the rumors about his exit to Argentine football have lost strength.
The MLS will not have anything easy the arrival of Messi to the league, but there are several Argentines in the North American championship who have already expressed their desire to see their compatriot and idol in the tournament.