Lionel Messi made a lightning trip to Buenos Aires to arrange his holidays in the United States :: El Litoral – News – Santa Fe – Argentina

The captain of the Argentine national team boarded a flight in his private plane to carry out the procedures at the North American embassy. On Tuesday night he will leave with his family to Miami to take a rest.

Lio quickly returned to Islas Malvinas de Rosario Airport with his father Jorge Credit: Marcelo Manera

In preparation for the holidays, Lionel Messi has taken a whirlwind trip to Buenos Aires to arrange his holidays in the United States. The captain of the Argentine national team boarded his private plane to carry out the procedures at the North American embassy. On Tuesday night he will leave with his family to Miami to take a rest. The captain of the Argentine national team boarded a flight in his private plane to carry out the procedures at the North American embassy. On Tuesday night he will leave with his family to Miami to take a rest.

After winning the Copa America with the Argentine national team, Lionel Messi traveled from Rosario to Buenos Aires on his private plane, where he conducted the procedures at the US Embassy. The crack lasted a few minutes and then returned with his father and actor Jorge.

Although initially doubts arose about the reasons for his entry to the embassy (he is still without a contract with Barcelona and in the MLS are waiting for him with open arms), the renewal of the visa was to be able to travel to North American territory as a tourist with his family.

Messi was a few minutes in Buenos Aires. It was a real whirlwind. In fact, he has already returned to Rosario, where the rest of his family is. Since this Tuesday night he will be traveling with his wife and children to Miami to take a break.

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The captain of the Argentine national team carries out procedures at the US Embassy for the holidays Photo: Marcelo Manera

These are very happy days for Messi. Copa America’s conquest against Brazil in the Maracana, last Saturday, meant one of Rosario’s greatest joys. At the age of 34, he managed to win his first title in the first national team, a goal that he pursued throughout his career.

His future remains uncertain, as he has been a free agent since June 30, when his contract with Barcelona expired. In the Spanish team, they are optimistic about his renewal and are asking the fans for peace of mind. However, his continuation at The Culé Club continued to expand.

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