Leo Messi: "I don't know until when I'm going to be in the national team"

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Leo Messibrand new reinforcement of Inter Miami, has not defined when he will leave the Argentine National Team with which he won the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, although due to his age he admitted that “it will be in a short time”as stated in the program Key to eternity.

The captain of the Albiceleste explained.

Logically, due to age, it will be in a short time, but I don't know exactly when that moment will be. I just think about the day to day, and enjoying all that we are experiencing.

"I think it will happen when it has to happen, after having achieved everything in recent times, the only thing left is to enjoy and, as I always said, God will say when that moment will be," he added.

The ten will be presented this Sunday at the Lockhart Stadium in Florida. Will match again with the strategist Gerardo Martino, who, in addition to sharing his love for Newell's Old Boys, managed Messi at Barcelona (2013-2014) and the Albiceleste between 2014 and 2016.

Messi remarked that if he didn't win the world championship, he would have left the national team since it was a very stressful situation for both him and his family. The World Cup was the only trophy he had yet to win.

If he wasn't world champion, he wouldn't be there anymore. The national team for me is the best and there were times that were very bad for me. When I was at my best in Barcelona, ​​where I won the Champions League, leagues, individual awards, but I had to go to the national team, and I suffered a lot and my family also suffered.

Part of the questions were asked by their colleagues through pre-recorded video messages. U consult from the side Nahuel Molina revealed a curious aspect during the Quarterfinal match against the Netherlands.

"Did you see me or hear me before giving me the pass?" Was the question of who opened the scoring in that match.

And Messi commented: “I saw that the race continued, I understood that at that moment the most normal thing was to give the pass to the side. It seemed appropriate to try to get it to him because I think the entire defense was waiting for something else, but I didn't hear it, I saw it".

The captain referred to the bitter pill that meant the 1-2 defeat in the debut with Saudi Arabia.

We came from 35 or 36 without losing, and we didn't know how we could react to a difficult moment, because, luckily, we hadn't had it until then.

“There were a lot of guys who were playing their first World Cup and the game against Arabia was very difficult because of that. Whether you like it or not, anxiety or nerves appear because of what it means, but this group showed that they did not care about anything and that they were very strong, ”he said.

Lastly, he spoke about his future at Inter Miami with his family:

We are happy with the decision we made and eager to face the new challenge. My mentality and my head are not going to change and I am going to try, wherever I have to be, to give my best for myself and for the club, to continue performing at the highest level.

In the American team, he will earn between 50 and 60 million dollars a year, including shares in the club, an amount that will be partially covered by the sportswear company. adidas and technology company Manzana.

Messi will debut on July 21 in the League Cup against him Blue Cross.

(With information from EFE)

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