The story surrounding Lionel Messi and where he will play next summer is becoming more and more interesting.

The day his contract with Paris Saint-Germain expired, the news of the Argentine star’s plans to join Inter Miami FC in MLS in 2023 broke, the day Messi’s agent described the report as fabricated.

“It’s completely wrong,” he told Le Parisien.

DirectTV Sports reported early Tuesday that Messi plans to join Inter Miami, which is co-owned by David Beckham. It is also known that Messi will get 35 percent of the team.

His agent said, “Liu has not fixed his future yet.” “And if Leo Messi meets David Beckham in the last few hours, it’s only part of the PSG’s stay in Doha where the former England midfielder will be acting ambassador for the upcoming World Cup in Qatar.”

In the first division, Messi has scored six goals and 13 assists in 25 matches for Paris Saint-Germain and five goals in seven Champions League matches.

Stay tuned – the controversy over whether Messi is leading the United States is not over.