Inter Miami: Busquets close to being Messi’s teammate again

The Spanish Sergio Busquets, recently separated from Barcelona, ​​is close to making the decision to play next season at Inter Miami in the United States together with his friend and former teammate Lionel Messi, while the Uruguayan striker Luis Suárez, from Gremio de Brazil, ruled out joining the Florida club.

According to the Catalan newspaper SportBusquets, who has just been released from Barcelona, ​​would join Inter Miami after assessing, together with his agents and his family, all the proposals he had on the table.

The representatives of Busquets, world champion with Spain in South Africa 2010, received offers from Al-Hilal and Al-Nassr of Saudi Arabia, as well as the Toronto Football Club of the MLS.

The former captain of Barcelona asked all the aforementioned teams for time to meditate on his new destination and the Florida franchise, at the moment, is the one with the most options to have the midfielder who played 755 matches with the Barça jersey.

Meanwhile, another former teammate of Messi in Barcelona, ​​the Uruguayan Luis Suárez has already ruled out the possibility of joining his friend in the MLS by confirming that nothing moves him from Porto Alegre, where he plays for Gremio. “It’s false, it’s impossible. I’m very happy at Gremio and I have a contract until 2024,” the ‘Pistolero’ Suárez told the newspaper The Observer from Montevideo. The Uruguayan pointed out that before joining Gremio, where he is already an idol, he had negotiations with the Los Angeles Galaxy, of the MLS, but without an agreement.

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The names follow one another around the future teammates of Rosario at Inter Miami and two world champions have already been mentioned: Ángel Di María, was released from Juventus of Italy, and Leandro Paredes, with a contract at PSG but with no intention of playing in the French club after having been on loan at “Juve”.

However, the arrival of figures to Inter Miami is not easy due to the salary limit, which is 5,200,000 for each team, although the regulations contemplate the figure of “franchise player”.

All franchises have the chance to hire three players outside the salary cap, a mechanism that was created to be able to sign David Beckham at the time and that now facilitates the arrival of Lionel Messi at Inter Miami.

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