Following Messi’s arrival at Inter Miami, Beckham was thrilled, saying that when the Argentine striker announced to play in the United States League, “it was an emotional moment,” he told CNN en Español in mid-July . .
“Our dream with this club is always to bring in the best players. As owners I think sports team owners always want to bring in the best players. Does it always happen like this? No. It’s happened to us before (…) “We always thought it was possible , but when we started talking, Leo had a contract and was playing for another team, so we had to be patient. But I think, at the end of the day, patience is all that matters. we need in this whole process,” Beckham said as he celebrated the Argentinian’s arrival.
The former England footballer praised Messi and the importance of his arrival at Inter, as he is a player who just lifted the World Cup last year and is one of the best players in the world.
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“We are talking about someone who is, above all, a human being. We don’t want to bring just any player to our club. We want to bring players who have the right values, the right morals, players who are human. We saw Leo at Miami Beckham added.
Messi, who led Inter to beat Atlanta United in Fort Lauderdale this week, said on his arrival in Florida – after playing his whole life in Europe – that he was very excited to be part of this club and that he came “a desire to compete, a desire to win and to help the club.” to keep growing”.
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On top of that, the United States sporting world greeted the Argentinian with respect. This is evident from the heartfelt hugs that LeBron James and Messi gave before their debut in early July, a fact that epitomizes the respect he pays to the sport of the United States, Major League Soccer (MLS) and Miami itself. to the world’s best players.
Unsurprisingly, Messi said he came to Miami “to experience football in a different way and to enjoy it more and more day by day.”