Who is on the move? Five top stars who could join Ronaldo, Karim Benzema in Saudi ArabiaFootball
Argentina Journalist Pens Heartfelt Letter to Messi After Inter Miami Move
- An Argentine journalist has penned an emotional letter to Lionel Messi after her interview with him
- Messi ended Argentina’s 35-year wait for a World Cup title after leading the team to the trophy in Qatar
- The six-time Ballon d’Or winner has joined Inter Miami after two years with Paris Saint-Germain
Lionel Messi has become a cult hero in Argentina after leading La Albiceleste to the 2022 World Cup trophy and ending the country’s 35-year wait to win football’s biggest competition.
The 35-year-old recently announced his decision to leave European football after almost 20 years after revealing he will be joining Inter Miami this summer.
According to Sportskeeda, journalist, Sofi Martinez Mateos has penned an emotional letter to Messi, revealing the world was happy to see the six-time Ballon d’Or winner lift the World Cup.
"In these interviews with world champions, I heard his teammates say that they gave 300% for him, and months ago I realized that the whole country (or the world) was happier because it was Messi who lifted the cup.
"I don't understand financial fair play, or everything that happened in recent weeks, but men in suits don't participate in this: the love of his family, his colleagues and the world is the most powerful thing there is."
Messi was named the Most Valuable Player as Argentina won the World Cup for the first time since 1986 following their triumph in Qatar.
Lewandowski frustrated with Messi saga
Meanwhile, Robert Lewandowski has revealed that Lionel Messi's Barcelona transfer saga frustrated him due to the media's conflicting reports.
Lewandowski had wished to play alongside Messi at Barcelona before the Argentina superstar had a change of heart and joined the Major League Soccer side Inter Miami.
13 incredible Lionel Messi records
Messi and Ronaldo could reunite as MLS looks to sign both superstarsFootball
Earlier, Sports Brief reported football icon Lionel Messi recently called time on his career in Europe ahead of his proposed move to the Major League Soccer.
Messi is set to seal a move to Inter Miami this summer, bringing to a halt his glorious stint in Europe that spanned more than 20 years.
The 35-year-old spent the majority of those years with Barcelona, where he initially shot to fame as a youngster.