MLS commissioner Don Garber has spoken of his desire to see Inter Miami striker Lionel Messi's career continue in America beyond the end of his current contract in 2025.
Messi has played for the Florida club since the summer of 2023. The world champion has scored ten goals in seven MLS matches.
I hope Leo decides to stay longer than 2025. So maybe 2025 isn't the deadline, but our plan is being the league we want to be in 2027, which gives us enough time to continue to do the research and then be able to move forward in a positive and productive way.
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