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Inside Lionel Messi’s luxury Miami apartment that has a lift for cars

The football superstar is set to complete a transfer to Major League Soccer (MLS) side Inter Miami, who are co-owned by the legendary David Beckham.Messi is set to join Beckham at MLS side Inter MiamiHe has bought an apartment on Miami’s beachfrontCredit: GettyMessi may be able to take his car to his floor on the liftCredit: GettyStunning furniture and design adds to the qualityCredit: GettyDespite links with a lucrative move to Saudi Arabia and a sensational return to Barcelona, Messi’s new home will be in the United States.talkSPORT exclusively revealed in November that the World Cup winner was close to agreeing a move to Inter Miami.

He then announced on Wednesday that he will make the move this summer, bringing an end to his dominance in European football.Despite the news being so recent, Messi appears to have been keen on living in across the pond almost four years ago.Spanish outlet Cadena Ser reported in 2020 that he bought a Miami apartment in the Porsche Design Tower in roughly mid-2019.Reporter Jose Antonio Ponseti said: “If you have asked for all the luxury of details, the price is not below €8million.”The building allows you to take your car up to the apartment in a special elevator.”He is said to have bought an apartment for around £7.2million, and the building does in fact allow residents to park their car on their respective floor.

Essentially, there is a garage in your living room. There is also a ‘car concierge’ that maintains and services the motor.The 60-floor tower with 132 residential units, is the brainchild of property mogul Gil Dezer, and resides between Bal Harbour and Aventura, while it is just seconds away from Miami’s golden, sandy beach, a perfect location for one of sport’s greats.Apartments offer very modern and swank homes for its residents, as well as stunning views of the surrounding area.In addition it has its own private restaurant, an outdoor lounge that faces the sea, while there is also a cinema, golf and racing simulators.

Considering his contract, which runs until 2026, is reportedly set to earn him between £100m and £120m, he should be okay when it comes to the bills.Messi is also said to want his children to be educated in the United States, and a move will allow just that.He will now play for a Miami side who currently sit bottom of MLS after 16 games.

The legendary star can take a break from football with some pool should he wishCredit: GettyMessi will be offered stunning views of MiamiCredit: GettyThey have picked up just five wins all season, although Messi’s quality will likely change their fortunes.Argentina’s superstar was enjoyed a stellar career, and his transfer stateside will now be boosted with a luxurious apartment he can now call home.Messi auctions record-breaking boots to raise money for kids fighting cancerLIONEL MESSI has donated the boots he scored his record-breaking 644th goal in to charity to raise money for children with cancer.

In December the six-time Ballon d’Or winner hit that total in Barcelona’s 2-2 draw with Valencia.3Lionel Messi’s record-breaking boots are in a museum in Spain3The boots will be auctioned off for charity to raise money for children with cancerThe goal beat Pele’s 643 goals for a single club – though the Brazil legend and his former club Santos dispute this.Now the boots are sitting encased in the Museu Nacional d’Art de Catalunya in Barcelona.

They will remain there for a month before they are auctioned off for charityAs reported by Sport.ES, Messi said: “Reaching the historic total of 644 goals for the same club fills me with joy, but the most important thing is to be able to give something back to the children fighting for their health.”We hope the auction in April will increase knowledge of this great cause.”Messi’s sponsor Adidas have previously paid tribute to the 33-year-old for ‘redefining greatness.

‘They edited a video showing a young Messi appearing to see into the future by writing ‘644’ with black marker on some glass.It was captioned: “From the streets of Rosario to the colosseum of Barcelona. From a 13-year-old boy with a dream to a 33-year-old captain, redefining greatness.3This was the strike against Valencia that saw Messi hgit his 644th goal for BarcaCredit: Reuters