Lionel Messi’s future seems to be moving further and further away from Paris Saint-Germain. At the end of the contract with the club of the capital, the Pulga will be able to commit this summer with the club he wishes if he does not extend. And Andreu Fontas, former FC Barcelona player, claims to know the Argentinian’s next destination: MLS.
Rumors are swirling about Lionel Messi’s future. Indeed the Argentine world champion has still not agreed with the PSG to renew his contract France. If the situation does not change, he will then be able, from June 30, to join freely and free of charge the club he wants. According to several media, FC Barcelona would dream of repatriating the Pulga in Catalonia, but Al Hilal and theInter-Miami are also attentive to his situation.
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“It will be a great success”
The former player of Barca Andreu Fontasdropped a bomb on Leo Messi during an interview with Mundo Deportivo. The defender of Kansas City asserts that with Sergio Busquets, Lionel Messi will migrate to MLS : “I think they will come (in MLS). If they manage to bring Messi in, it will be a big achievement. I don’t know how long it will take, but these are people who know what they are doing and who have a lot of money. They are going to make this league something very powerful. I hope they will come. In Kansas? It’s more meat from Miami or Los Angeles (laughs).” told fontas.
He already sent Messi to MLS last summer
Andreu Fontas played with Lionel Messi To Barcelona between 2009 and 2013 before leaving for Celta Vigo then in MLS. The Spanish central defender had already claimed last summer to brand that Messi would flourish in UNITED STATES : “I am convinced that it is a championship which attracts the great European players. After all, the United States is a very big country and has cities that are very attractive to players. I think that even in terms of image, it can be a very important aspect. I see it very well in cities like Miami, New York or Los Angeles”.