MESSI’S INTER MIAMI DEAL: The True Worth Will Blow Your Mind

Now it’s well documented that Lionel Messi turned down a $1 BILLION move to Saudi Arabia to join MLS side, Inter Miami for a $50 Million a year salary but that’s just the beginning.


Mobile phone giants, Apple own the MLS TV Rights and they’re granting Lionel Messi a sizable chunk of all the revenues coming in from the new subscribers.

Now Apple will also be releasing a an Apple TV documentary series on Lionel Messi’s Argentina World Cup journey and guess what this will do, boost more subscribers for which Lionel Messi has a share in.


Messi is Adidas biggest athlete and signed a lifetime contract with the brand in 2017.

According to reports, the Inter Miami deal includes a profit-sharing agreement that would involve Messi receiving a cut of any increase in Adidas’ profits resulting from his move to the MLS.

So any increase in Adidas merchandise sales in the MLS, Lionel Messi has a cut!!!!


Lionel Messi will also be given an opportunity to buy a stake and own an MLS team when his career ends and this is exactly what the MLS did with David Beckham in 2007 when he joined LA Galaxy.

He was given an opportunity to buy Messi’s new club, Inter Miami, now Lionel Messi has also been given that opportunity.

It’s been reported that all the MLS franchise contributed financially to see Lionel Messi come to the United States.

Inter Miami had to stop selling their season tickets just to wait for this Lionel Messi announcement and guess why?

The cheapest ticket for an Inter Miami match before Lionel Messi was announced goes for $29 but since yesterday, the cheapest ticket for an Inter Miami match is $467

And guess what, fans are buying it, who doesn’t want to see Lionel Messi

The 2026 World Cup is just 3 years away and will be hosted by Canada, Mexico and the United States.

If there’s a star needed to bring the MLS to global prominence just before the World Cup in the United States in 3 years time, it’s Lionel Messi.

This is part of the reason, the entire MLS franchise contributed financially in bringing Lionel Messi to the MLS.

Lionel Messi might have rejected $1 Billion offer from Al-Hilal but by the end of contract with Inter Miami he would have earned more than that with an opportunity to own an MLS team like Beckham.

At the end of it, IT’S ALL ABOUT THE MONEY!!!

Barcelona didn’t stand a chance because there’s no way they would have matched any of these offers without putting the club up for sale.

What a move!!!!

Written by Franklin Edenojie

Franklin Edenojie also known as The BETMAKER (Big Boom) is a renowned Pundit, Sports Analyst, Manchester United 💕fan and well known Punter.

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