Newell’s Old Boys Eagerly Anticipate Messi’s Return in 2025 Reports suggest that Lionel Messi will make an emotional return to his former club, Newell’s Old Boys, once his contract with Inter Miami expires in 2025. This news, originally featured in the Catalonian publication El Nacional, has caught the attention of The Mail.
According to the article, “Messi is reportedly preparing to leave Miami and confirm an emotional return to his childhood club, Newell’s, where he intends to conclude his illustrious career.” This decision is seen as a setback for Miami, as they had hoped to extend his contract in the near future.
Since joining Inter Miami, Messi has displayed prolific form, scoring 11 goals in 12 games and contributing to the team’s first-ever Leagues Cup victory.
Messi’s journey has come full circle as he began his career with Newell’s Old Boys before embarking on his iconic tenure with Barcelona.
Lionel Messi Makes a Definitive Choice to Bid Farewell to Inter Miami and Retire with Newell’s Old Boys
Messi’s contract with Inter Miami is set to expire in 2025, after which, as reported by El Nacional, he intends to return to his childhood club, Newell’s Old Boys, in his native Argentina. While there is an option for the World Cup winner to extend his contract with Miami for an additional year, it appears that his heart is set on retiring in his homeland.
Messi made an impressive start at David Beckham’s Miami franchise, scoring 10 goals in his first seven games. However, he has been sidelined due to injury for the past month. Regardless, there are plans for him to play a farewell match at Barcelona, even if he doesn’t make a permanent return to the club.