After landing in Fort Lauderdale on Tuesday in preparation for his new MLS club, Inter Miami CF, to host an unveiling ceremony on Sunday.

The club also made the announcement confirming the welcome event, which has been named “The Unveil” and will begin at 6 p.m. on Sunday at the team’s DRV PNK Stadium. Messi arrived with his family. Free admission will be provided to holders of Inter Miami season tickets.

Messi stated in an interview with Argentina TV that was released on Tuesday that he would do everything in his power to help the struggling MLS club. Following their 2-2 draw with D.C. United on Sunday, the team has now gone a club-record 10 games without a victory.

Messi stated on the Argentina television show Llave a la eternidad, “My mentality and my head are not going to change and I am going to try, wherever I have to be, give my best for myself and my new club, continue to perform at the highest level.”

He added, referring to the relocation of his family to the United States: “We are happy with the decision we made. Prepared and eager to face the new challenge, the new change.”

After reaching an agreement with the Argentine legend, Inter Miami has not yet made the deal official. After leaving Barcelona, he played two seasons for Ligue 1 champion Paris Saint-Germain.

Messi is expected to make his Miami debut against Cruz Azul in the League Cup on July 21.

Tata Martino, Messi’s former Argentina and Barcelona manager, will once again be his coach. He took over for the team at the end of June.

During a legendary career that ranks him among the greatest players of all time, Messi, who is 35 years old, has won every major award. Messi has won 43 titles and won the prestigious Ballon d’Or as the best player in the world a record seven times.

35 of those were brought by Barcelona: 10 LaLiga titles, 8 Supercopas in Spain, 7 Copa del Reys, and 4 Champions Leagues. He was the club’s all-time leading scorer when he left in the summer of 2021. He had 672 goals.

Messi was forced to leave Barcelona because the club was having financial difficulties. He spent the subsequent two seasons at PSG, where he won both Ligue 1 titles.

Just six months ago, he led Argentina to its first World Cup title since the 1986 team inspired by Diego Maradona. This was perhaps his greatest moment. After a dramatic game in Qatar, Argentina defeated France in a penalty shootout. Messi scored twice in the final.

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