Shows satisfaction with beauty life in press conference
Expresses regret over PSG move two years ago
“I didn’t want to go to Paris”
“I came to America to play soccer.”
The “God of Soccer” Lionel Messi (35 – Inter Miami – pictured) has officially opened up about why he left Europe and came to the United States.
Speaking at an official press conference at DRV PNK Stadium in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, USA, on April 18, Messi said, “From the first day I arrived in the United States, 토토사이트 I was welcomed by many fans. The treatment of me has been incredible. I am grateful for this moment.” Speaking about why he chose Inter Miami, Messi said, “I took a lot of things into consideration and made the decision with my family. I chose Inter because I wanted to continue playing soccer, which I’ve enjoyed my whole life.”
Messi has been a fan favorite since his debut in U.S. professional soccer, exploding for goals (nine) in six straight games. Messi, who made a “surprise” move to Inter Miami from Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) in June, held his first official press conference since arriving in the U.S. last month, 스포츠토토 ahead of the 2023 League Cup Final between Inter Miami and Nashville SC, scheduled for 10 a.m. on Tuesday. Messi expressed his satisfaction with his arrival in the U.S., saying, “I can say that I am happy now, not only with the results on the pitch, but also with my family’s daily life.”
“I didn’t want to,” Messi said of his move to PSG two years ago. I didn’t want to leave.” For the first time in his soccer career, Messi had to leave his “home team” FC Barcelona (Spain). Barcelona were struggling financially at the time and couldn’t afford Messi’s high salary, so he agreed to take a pay cut, but Barcelona refused to re-sign him, leaving him with a tearful goodbye and a move to PSG.
On the same day, 스포츠토토맨 Messi was named as a finalist for the 2022-2023 UEFA World Player of the Year alongside Kevin De Bruyne and Elling Holland (Manchester City).