Messi talks about why he won't go back to Barca and will sign with Inter Miami instead.
Messi talks about why he won’t go back to Barca and will sign with Inter Miami instead. © Images AGN

Lionel Messi has talked about his future and said that he won’t be going back to Barcelona. Instead, he will be a part of MLS team Inter Miami.

The GOAT has talked to Mundo Deportivo and Sport approximately why he wants to flow to america while his address PSG is up.

“I actually wanted to and was pleased for you to pass returned, however I didn’t want to be within the identical situation again after what I went thru and how I got out,” he said.

“Wait to see what would happen and, so to speak, put my future in the hands of someone else. I wanted to make my own choice based on what was best for me and my family. Even even though I heard that LaLiga had everyday everything and that it was quality for me to come back returned, there have been nevertheless a variety of other activities.

“I heard that they had to sell players or cut their pay, and I didn’t want to go through that. I had been wrongly accused of many things during my time at Barcelona, and I was getting tired of it. I didn’t want to go through it all again.”

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