Inter Miami could be on their way to redefining what it means to be an MLS team in the transfer market., the Herons expect to make at least five more signings and also need to add a coach after parting ways with Phil Neville. At the moment, Inter Miami are bottom of the Eastern Conference, just eight points from a playoff spot, but bringing Messi and his friends into the roster would mean there is room for rapid improvement as long as the team doesn’t fall too far below the ranking state. red line when Messi makes his debut.
Adding the best player in the world will make it easy for more players to join Miami, but they will also have to cut contracts as MLS roster rules will not be changed to allow them to sign more Designated Players. have or lift the limit to afford other players not named Messi. But what are some of the moves the club could make?
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Tata Martino announced as new Inter Miami manager
June 28 The worst kept secret in MLS was finally revealed on Wednesday when Tata Martino was officially announced as Inter Miami’s new manager. He takes over from the sacked Phil Neville and will lead a superstar Lionel Messi for the third time in the career. He has previously overseen both Barcelona and Argentina with Messi on board. He joins Sergio Busquets and Messi as recent additions to the club, while owner Jorge Mas has touted at least one more big signing this window.
June 19 — The most important position right now is who will coach the team. With the right coach, they can avoid falling further behind in the playoff race and Tata Martino is a proven coach in the MLS, winning the MLS Cup with Atlanta United. I want to join in early July according to reports in Argentina, Martino has experience building a team essentially from the ground up and has also coached Messi Barcelona And Argentina, so the familiarity is there. While a spell with Mexico may not have been the biggest bridge for Martino, El Tri, who is already working on his replacement in Diego Cocca, shows how deep the problems are there. Martino is a coach who will do everything he can to get the team above the play-off line and he will get enough support in the transfer market to do that.
Official: Busquets signs for Miami
June 23 — Inter Miami have officially signed Sergio Busquets as a free agent after the former FC Barcelona player ended his tenure in Spain. The player returns to Messi after the duo teamed up with Barcelona. Busquets turned down several Saudi clubs before agreeing to join the MLS side. The club released a video announcing the new signing:
Di Maria probably won’t be going to Miami
21st of June — While negotiations over several of Messi’s former teammates are still ongoing, there is one player who will not join Inter Miami this summer. Angel Di Maria has decided to move back to Benfica and will sign for the Portuguese club after his contract with Juventus expires at the end of June. As CBS insider Fabrizio Romano reported, the talks are in the final stages and just missing the final details to get it sealed. If all goes according to plan, Di Maria will sign a contract until June 2024 and will return 13 years after his last spell at Benfica, when he signed for the Portuguese club and embarked on an incredible European journey that led him to play. for Real Madrid, Manchester United, Paris Saint-Germain and Juventus.
Details about Messi’s contract are emerging
June 19 — According to reports, Messi is signing a two-and-a-half-year contract worth more than $50 million. That label includes a salary, bonuses and equity in the club, but it does not include deals with Apple and Adidas, both of which are expected to help boost Messi’s earning potential. The deal leaves Messi under contract for the team until 2025, a period that could cause seismic changes in Major League Soccer.
Inter Miami will already begin work on expanding the 3,000-seat DRV PNK stadium to increase the capacity to around 22,000, as any home game is likely to be sold out. More security will also be added as the club even tries to accelerate construction of Miami Freedom Park to have it ready by the summer or early fall of 2025. influence of Messi’s arrival can be seen before he even sets foot on a pitch.
Sergio Busquets and Jordi Alba on the way?
June 19 — Director Jorge Mas has already hinted that there are more signups and Sergio Busquets and Jordan Alba are two of Messi’s former teammates with the strongest ties to Miami. After his contract in Barcelona expired, Busquets is expected to participate in a Designated Player contract meaning both Gregory and Rodolfo Pizzaro will have to have their contracts revoked. The team reportedly covets Leonardo Campana and the newly added Josef Martinez, so it’s unlikely the duo will be moved to create roster flexibility.
Busquets is a tough addition as he evokes memories Steven Gerard, Frank LampardAndrea Pirlo and even that of Inter Miami Blaise Matuidi as older midfielders who came to the MLS and couldn’t keep up with the pace of the league, but with a game based more on positioning than athletics, he has a chance to defy the times. With the expected assigned player tag comes expectations, so just helping Messi isn’t enough to make this move a home run when it happens. Along with the pair Luis Suarez And Angel DiMaria are linked to moves to the Herons, but without roster rule changes, those will be easier said than done to achieve.