Inter Miami Takes Stand On Barcelona Loan Move For Lionel Messi

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Inter Miami have taken a stand on Barcelona’s loan move for their legend, Lionel Messi, MySportDab reports.

It is understood Barcelona are on the trail of Lionel Messi to bring him back to Camp Nou in the upcoming January transfer window.

The Catalans have been handed a big boost in their loan pursuit for the football superstar after Inter Miami crashed out of the MLS Playoffs following a shock home defeat to Cincinnati at the DRV PNK Stadium.

This means Lionel Messi will be without football action for months and will only return to action for Inter Miami when MLS kick off their campaign for next season.

Barcelona hoped to exploit to land Messi on a loan deal this January to have him bid a final and proper farewell to the club after his tearful exit in 2021.

Inter Miami have been largely silent on the loan interest by Barcelona but Spanish outlet, sport, have now reported the MLS side will be ready to consider the loan plea by Barcelona if Lionel Messi agree to the move.

The decision to allow Messi leave to the Catalan club is largely a matter of respect for the player and his desire to have a final time with his boyhood club before he may likely call time on his career.

Before Barcelona’s loan interest in Messi, there have been reports Messi will not renew his Inter Miami contract and will head homewards to Argentina to play for his boyhood club Newell’s Old Boys before finally retiring from football.

Hence, the loan move is another chance for him to play for Barcelona before he may call time on his career later.

Messi had a chance to return to Barcelona when he neared the end of his contract at PSG but turned it down as the club were still grappling with a grinding financial crisis that necessitated his exit in 2021.

The Catalans have now shed their financial burden and besides a loan move for Messi is a better option as it is insulated from possible financial drawbacks.

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