To get Jordi Alba and Lionel Messi back together in the USA, Inter Miami is nearing an agreement
After reaching an agreement to conclude his relationship with the team a year early, Alba will legally part ways with Barcelona when his contract ends at the end of June.
In order to make room for Sergio Busquets, the seasoned full back is leaving Barcelona as part of a team restructuring as Xavi looks to the future.
The Champions League finalists Inter Milan and La Liga rivals Atletico Madrid have both expressed interest in signing Alba, but it appears that he will join Messi in Florida instead. Alba is getting closer to joining Messi in the MLS, according to sources from Mundo Deportivo, and Messi has already decided to make the move.
Alba is most likely going to play at TAM (Targeted Allocation Money) level in Miami, which is below Messi, with some of his wage being covered by centralised funds from the MLS. He would reunite with former teammate and close friend Lionel Messi if he moved to the United States.
The Argentine forward left Paris Saint-Germain this summer and signed with the MLS team. Sergio Busquets, who recently departed Barcelona, will also be added by Miami. Alba must now choose which offer to accept, a decision that will be challenging for him after 18 years at Barca.
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