ESPN: Former teammate Messi Busquets in talks to move to Inter Miami
MOSCOW, June 8 – RIA Novosti. Former Barcelona captain Sergio Busquets has negotiated a move to Major League Soccer (MLS) club Inter Miami, according to ESPN.
Busquets’ former Barcelona teammate, Lionel Messi, announced in an interview with Mundo Deportivo that he will continue his career at Inter Miami, which is also owned by former England captain David Beckham.
According to the source, Busquets is considering the possibility of joining his former teammate. He also received offers from Saudi Arabian clubs Al-Nasr and Al-Hilal, which pay higher salaries than Inter Miami. Messi said in an interview that he was waiting for Busquets’ decision but did not know his final choice.
Busquets graduated from the Barcelona academy. He will leave the team whose contract expires at the end of June. The midfielder has been playing for the Blue Garnet senior team since 2008. With the Catalan club, Busquets became the champion of Spain nine times, won the Country Cup and Super Cup seven times, won the Champions League three times.
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