Lionel Messi is the target of David Beckham's club

Lionel Messi is the target of David Beckham's club
David Beckham (right) shakes hands with Lionel Messi in the PSG vs Barcelona match.

The former England international, David Beckham, is still targeting El Barca captain Lionel Messi to join his club, Inter Miami.

David Beckham is aiming for a number of star players to perform with Inter Miami who will make their debut in Major League Soccer (MLS) in March 2020.

Players and captain of Barcelona, ​​Lionel Messi, became one of the stars who are often associated with the club based in Miami, Florida, this.

As reported by from the OK Diario report, Messi is still a target to be brought Beckham to Inter Miami.

According to the report, Messi had bought an apartment in Miami in December 2019.

This news reinforces the rumor that Messi is preparing to move to America.

This was also conveyed by the Director of OK Diario, Eduardo Inda, during his weekly visit to El Chiringuito de Jugones.

"Beckham wants Sergio Ramos and Gerard Pique for Inter Miami. The other player, of course, is Leo Messi," Eduardo Inda said.

El Messiah can leave Barcelona for free at the end of this season, although his contract is still remaining until 2021.

Messi has a clause in the contract that allows him to be released free of charge in June.

Messi, who will turn 33 in the summer of 2020, signed a contract extension with Barca last year.

Although the contract extension contains a purchase clause of 626 million pounds, The Times report shows there is confidence in US soccer circles that Messi's transfer can be realized.

Lionel Messi poses with the 6 Ballon d'Or trophies he won.TWITTER.COM/FRANCEFOOTBALL

Miami and most of Florida have high Hispanic and South American populations.

The presence of Hispanics or those associated with Spain, both in language and descent, and South America has made Messi's transfer a logical step to attract new fans to the club.

Although MLS operates a salary cap, there are rules that allow teams to bring in 'Designated Player' or star players who are allowed to get salaries above club standards.

Since then, a number of top European and South American players have moved to MLS towards the end of their careers, including Beckham himself at LA Galaxy.

Messi's departure from Barcelona is considered a utopia.

However, recent events have caused the Argentinian to rethink his future at the Blaugrana.

The incident which reportedly made Messi consider it a conflict with club director Eric Abidal, and rumors about the decision of the President of Barcelona, Josep Bartomeu, hired a company to attack his players through social media.


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