‘Messi and Busquets not moving to Miami for a holiday’

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Gerardo Martino, the newly hired coach of Inter Miami, has stated that there is no possibility of Lionel Messi or Sergio Busquets relocating to South Florida to hang out on South Beach.

According to the Argentine who was chosen for the position on Wednesday, the two will be heading to Miami to compete for titles there.

Martino, who coached Messi during his time with Barcelona and Argentina, said that he had a conversation with Busquets, a seven-time winner of the Ballon d’Or, and former Spain midfielder about their upcoming transfer to a team in the Major League Soccer.

“In our modern culture, the United States of America and Miami are frequently associated with vacations. And that is not the issue. They are come with the intention of competing,” he stated during a press conference on Thursday.

“They are coming off of winning international titles as well as victories in the Spanish league. They won’t be able to kick back and relax. He stated that they will compete since “competition is in their blood.”

Martino takes over as head coach of Miami with the team sitting in last place in the Eastern Conference after dropping each of their previous seven games. The Major League Soccer rankings place them 27th out of the 29 clubs in the league.

Despite that, the coach who once worked for Mexico and Atlanta United stated that there was still a potential to get something positive out of this season.

“One is to determine whether or not we will qualify for the playoffs. ‘That sounds like a reach right now, but as long as the option is there, we can’t stop trying,’ he added.

We are doing well in the US Open Cup, and there is a new competition called the Leagues Cup that we will try to win. After that, the objective is to construct for the year 2024,” the trainer known as “Tata” stated.

Chris Henderson, the club’s Director of Sporting Operations, stated that the organization will be making other roster adjustments in the upcoming weeks.

“By the end of August, you’ll be able to recognize us by our new appearance. This will provide Tata and his team with the opportunity to engage with the players in a different way than they have in the past.

“It feels like a new beginning for the club, and we’re going to do everything we can to rise up the table game by game,” he continued. “It’s going to be an exciting season.”

Martino’s team, Atlanta United, won the Major competition Soccer (MLS) Cup in 2018, and he has stated that he was fully prepared of what to expect from the North American competition.

“I see a league that is always evolving, a league that has a lot of rules, but they are very clear,” he added. “I see a league that has a lot of rules, but they are very clear.”

Because of the way the budgets and draft work, it is possible for all of the clubs to begin with the same goals at the beginning of the season.

“I enjoy the variety that comes with the climates of other places, such as the cold in one, the rain in another, and the heat in still another. “When you take all of that into consideration as a coach, it forces you to think about more than just controlling what happens on the field,” he explained.

But Martino is confident that Messi will revolutionize MLS.

“That the greatest player in the world has made the decision to play in this league, obviously it will open the door to an even greater opportunity for expansion,” he added.

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