The owner of Inter Miami is optimistic about his team’s contract with Messi
The co-owner of Inter Miami, the American football club, Jorge Mas, said that he is optimistic about the possibility of Argentine Lionel Messi joining his club, if he decides to leave Barcelona. Maas explained that he and his co-owner of Inter Miami, the former England international, David Beckham, had agreed on the need to include international talent from the highest level in the squad of the club, which is currently ranked 11th among the teams in the Eastern Division of the American Football League. “I am optimistic that Messi will defend the colors of Inter Miami,” Mass was quoted by the Miami Herald newspaper as saying. Maas added: “David (Beckham) and I are working really hard, and we aspire to sign the best players, and Messi is the best player of our generation and some consider him the best of all time.” Messi, 33,’s current contract with Barcelona expires on the 30th of this month, while Barca president Joan Laporta said that talks to renew the “flea” contract are making progress. Spanish media said that Barcelona proposed a ten-year contract to Messi, that he would play the next two seasons with Barcelona, before ending his career as a player with two more seasons with Inter Miami, and then returning to Barcelona as an ambassador for six years.