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Messi Drops MLS Hint In Message To Beckham

Lionel Messi Drops MLS Hint In Message To David Beckham

By Kurt Buckerfield - Jan 31, 2018 09:32 AM @KurtLaduma

FC Barcelona superstar Lionel Messi dropped a hint on his future in a recent message to former Manchester United and Real Madrid star David Beckham.

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The ex-Los Blancos No.23 announced recently on social media that he will have his own club playing in the MLS by 2020.

Many celebrities congratulated Beckham on public platforms, but Messi, who used to go up against Beckham in LaLiga, hinted that perhaps the Englishman can give him a call in future about a possible move.  

"First of all congratulations," he said, according to the Daily Star.

"I would like to wish you a lot of luck in this project, in this new stage of yours.

"And who knows if in a few years you make me a little offer."

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Despite the hint, Messi currently has a contract at Barca that will only expire in 2021.

Would you like to see the Argentine retire in the MLS? Let us know in the comments section below. 


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Messi just wanted the media people to have something to report.
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