Leo Messi wants to return to Newell's Old Boys after MLS

Leo Messi statement about his future and next club

by Sededin Dedovic
Leo Messi wants to return to Newell's Old Boys after MLS
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It is surely well known to everyone that most sportsmen who make great careers in big clubs eventually return to where they came from. Soccer is perhaps the sport in which this kind of outcome occurs most often. Numerous examples throughout history prove this fact.

Surely some case comes to your mind without much thought. That's how people are talking about the Argentinian Leo Messi, considered by many to be the best player in the world of all time. Lionel Messi, the ace of Inter from Miami and the Argentinian representative, said that he is not thinking about ending his playing career.

Messi moved from Paris Saint-Germain to the team from Florida in the summer transfer window. In 12 matches, he scored 11 goals for the club from Miami and registered five assists.

Messi arrived from Argentina to Spain at a very young age, everything else is history

One of the best football players in history arrived in Barcelona from Newell's Old Boys in 2000, where he played until 2021, and then spent two seasons in Paris Saint-Germain.

"I have always thought about one idea, and that is to enjoy Argentine football playing, as a world champion, for Newells," said Messi, who won the World Cup in Qatar last year with Argentina. The great Argentinian has won everything that could be won, and it seems to us that in his adventure in the MLS he only wants to show his skills and entertain the audience.

Of course, it is always very nice to watch the little wizard controlling the ball, it is a feast for the eyes.
"I'm not thinking about the end of my playing career. I don't think about what I will do after my career. I want to do what I enjoy.

I don't think about the future. I will enjoy it as much as possible. I like playing football the most," said Messi, who has a contract with Miami until June 2025.

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