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Messi and his teammates’ attempt to win tickets to the MLS play-offs ended with an association with the Saudi Pro League, making fans crazy. ‎

The Argentine star, who missed numerous games with Inter Miami due to an injury, is currently heading off on international duty.

They made an attempt in the summer and plan to make another attempt in the fall.

Even though they are aware that Lionel Messi’s stay with one of their teams may only be temporary, the Saudi Pro League is apparently not going to pass up the opportunity to try to entice him.

The Pro League, which gained notoriety this summer for signing a number of gifted players from European teams, is reportedly planning to try to entice Messi back to the Middle Eastern league one more time. This is presumably because of the lengthy break that will occur between the abrupt end of Inter Miami’s season and the opening of the 2024 campaign.

According to Major League Soccer’s regulations involving Designated Players, Messi would only be joining an SPL club on loan as part of the agreement, which is still in its early phases. Messi would be required to return to North America when the league returns in late February.

Even though Messi turned down their offer to sign with a Saudi Arabian team last summer, according to league-affiliated sources, the Private Investment Fund running the Pro League still views the South American star as a valuable asset, and his possible arrival could sustain the league’s momentum for a few more months.

Furthermore, Saudi Arabian executives may decide to follow the football player’s temporary relocation since they are too eager to miss the opportunity to witness the beginning of a new chapter in the rivalry between Messi and Ronaldo.

After Inter Miami’s playoff run ended, coach Gerardo Martino ruled out Messi’s return to Barcelona. Although fans appear to be set on that scenario, Messi might be persuaded to continue playing by the Middle Eastern League. Will Messi and CR7 have one final dance together? Let’s observe and wait.