Inter Miami To Grant Lionel Messi’s Wish To Sign This Real Madrid Legend

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Lionel Messi wants Inter Miami to sign Real Madrid legend Luka Modric

Lionel Messi will not be popular with Real Madrid fans. After all, he graduated from La Masia and spent the majority of his career with FC Barcelona.

This contained a lot of goals, assists, and victories over Los Blancos. But everyone can agree that he is one of the greatest players of all time, if not the best, after winning the World Cup last year.

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Messi, on the other hand, is no longer playing in Europe, having transferred to Inter Miami at the end of last season. His arrival has clearly captured the imagination of the American public, and the MLS appears to be greater than ever.

“Messi himself has personally been interested in the possibility. In Croatia, a few days ago, Modric met Beckham, where they were eating.”

Of course, Beckham and Modric were photographed together in late August. The cause was obscure. However, many others had attempted to connect two and two.

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It remains to be seen whether Modric will eventually join Inter Miami. The idea cannot be ruled out, as his time at Real Madrid appears to be coming to an end.

Luka Modric
Luka Modric

Modric is no longer a starter for Real Madrid for the first time in almost a decade. He’s only started three games this season and wasn’t even on the bench in their previous two. The end appears to be quite close.

When Will Lionel Messi Return In Action?

Messi began Miami’s game against FC Toronto but left after 37 minutes due to what Martino characterized as “a scar from an old injury.”

Martino was quick to dismiss claims that Messi had a hamstring rupture, instead stating that his captain is dealing with a chronic muscular ailment in his leg.

“He’s doing better and better,” Martino said after Miami’s draw with NYCFC on Saturday. Although he warned: “We are not going to take any risks.”

Messi has returned to the South Beach training grounds but has yet to be reintegrated into the squad.

After Miami’s defeat in the US Open Cup final in the last week of September, Martino told fans that Messi “will surely play before the end of the season,” but he was tight-lipped regarding a precise return date. “We’re going to see this game to game,” the manager repeated.

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