Lionel Messi and Luis Suarez plot reunification plan at next club. They are planning a reunification before retiring.
► Website : FinalGoal
Luis Suarez and Lionel Messi formed the most cohesive partnership both on and off the pitch in recent seasons.
The two South American forwards struck up a close personal friendship during their six seasons together at Barcelona, where they were among the most deadly attacking threats in the world.
Suarez netted an incredible 198 goals during his stint at the Camp Nou between 2014 and 2020 where he played alongside Messi.
Suarez joined rivals Atletico Madrid last year – and subsequently fired them to the title in La Liga – before Messi left the Blaugrana as a free agent this summer to join Paris Saint-Germain on a two-year contract.
The two remain close friends and the pair even holidayed together this summer with their young families.
The summer of 2023 is when Messi’s current deal in Paris will expire, with the forward – six months younger than Suarez – in a similar situation of wanting to prolong his career but being open to a move away from the top end of European football to conclude his career.
As outlined by Diario Sport, the two have a joint plan to reunite at this stage in order to continue their playing days at the same club in the United States.
Inter Miami – the franchise club owned by David Beckham – is said to be the most likely destination for the two superstars to reunite and the summer of 2023 could be a genuine possibility for this to happen.