Sergio Busquets Practically everything agreed to be finished merged in Inter Miamiwhere you can Meet again with Lionel Messi.
after Farewell to Barcelona after 15 seasons and 722 official matches, the Spanish midfielder is one step away from MLS. This was confirmed by Mundo Deportivo, one of the main sports media in Catalonia. According to the Spanish press, he will sign a contract for at least two years.
Busquets has just finished his successful career as a Blaugrana player and will meet Messi again in Miami. Like Leo, he turned down a big offer from Saudi Arabia and is now all set to be another star in David Beckham’s club.
As expected, the confirmation of Leo’s joining the ranks of Inter Miami has changed the plans of many players and the club itself, which will seek to integrate the personalities and sports promotion of the team that In the 2023 season, it was last in the Eastern Conference And Penultimate in the general table (27 out of 29), with 5 wins and 11 losses.
Sergio Busquetsthe Barcelona crest and the inevitable signal in the midfield of the Catalan team during the last 15 yearsHe left the team at the end of the season. He said goodbye to the podium for the most attended footballers, only bettered Lionel Messi And Xavi, the current coach. And he did it with 32 trophies on his show: the same trophies Andres Iniesta And only three less than La Pulga. He is the last knight trained in the diamond to leave the club: There is no Rosarino, 8, Pique or Xavi anymore. In short, it was the end of a golden era in which the blaugrana won it all.
It’s time to announce that this is my last season at Barcelona.The 34-year-old midfielder began in a video he posted on his social media profiles on May 10. Until the very last moment, former teammate Xavi and the board of directors tried to convince him to continue for another season, albeit with a pay cut. Busquets, who has already helped the club during the coronavirus pandemic and on another occasion when they asked him to defer their wages, has now chosen to leave. He refused to continue.
Two weeks ago it was goodbye. He wrote on his Instagram account: “Thank you for making my last day so special and emotional. I am honored to be part of the team of my heart, to take it to the top and enjoy fifteen years with each of us that make up the best club in the world, Barcelona. I leave with my head full Lifted up to do my best and contribute to the improvement of my team and those that were and still are a part of it in all areas. I remain with the respect and affection of those who know me and share moments with the fans of the football world and especially with my colleagues. Thank you very much and see you soon “
Lionel Messi’s arrival in MLS expands crack’s adventures into unimaginable scenarios. After long negotiations with Barcelona and with teams from Saudi Arabia, everything was unleashed in favor of Inter Miami and a tentative date was set for what would be Messi’s debut: On July 21 at home against Cruz Azul. The mere mention of The Athletic about the Lion’s arrival had a sickening effect in MLS and sent the sites’ prices nearly as high as a dollar in Argentina. Example? Tickets that cost $29 have already sold out for $329 for this presentation meeting. Nobody wants to miss the DRV PNK stadium.
“The league has gotten very creative with all of this. It’s all on the table.” An MLS shareholder indicated an agreement to bring in Messi. Messi’s MLS bid includes contributions from the league’s two largest business partners. MLS Commissioner Don Garber said in March that he might It will take a deal as creative as Beckham’s He had it when he joined the Los Angeles Galaxy in 2007 to recruit Messi.
What is said creativity? Major League Soccer (MLS) and Apple agreed that one way to lure Messi to the Miami franchise was We offer you a share of the revenue generated by new MLS Season Pass subscribers, League broadcast bundle on Apple TV+. To get an idea of what we’re talking about, Apple and MLS signed on A 10-year, $2.5 billion deal. This Tuesday, in addition, as The Athletic reports, Apple has confirmed that a four-episode documentary series about Messi’s five World Cup appearances will be broadcast on Apple TV+.
Another attractive factor is AdidasWhich, in addition to being one of the largest sponsors of Major League Soccer since its inception in 1996, has had a strong relationship with Messi for more than 15 years, specifically starting in 2006, when he played his first World Cup in Germany. Brand and player make up a world famous duoof those relationships that seem indestructible: in fact, they have been since The contract is for life. Meanwhile, to seal the perfect equation and that all the pieces fit together, Adidas and MLS extended their relationship beginning in 2023 for six seasons ending in 2030. The numbers? There is talk of 830 million US dollars. In addition to providing clothing teams for the 29 participating franchises and having priority as the official ball of the competition.