Despite Ties To Spain And Saudi Arabia, Messi Will Not Be Loaned Out.

According to various football journalists, including Guillem Balagué and Fabrizio Romano, Lionel Messi is certain to remain at Inter Miami for the upcoming season. The MLS season ended on Wednesday, with the Miami-based club missing out on postseason position after falling 1-0 to FC Cincinnati. The season will not restart until February, six months later. Messi has been connected with loan move back to Barcelona and Al-Hilal, both of which he turned down during the summer in order to accept the move to the United States.

“Messi will have around one month holiday, like other footballers. So forget any move to Saudi or similar,” said Spanish football journalist, Guillem Balagué, who was one of the first to report Messi’s move to Miami.
Inter Miami coach Tata Martino, who also coached Messi at Barcelona and Argentina, described the rumours as surprising.
“That’s surprising. I know nothing about that. If you’re telling me that he’s going to go visit Barcelona on vacation, yes, it’s probable, but I don’t have any information on the other  part.”

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