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Bye bye Al Nassr, Cristiano Ronaldo's decision to leave Arabia and join MLS to play against Messi

Ronaldo could revive his rivalry with the captain of the Argentine National Team in MLS.

Ronaldo could revive his rivalry with the captain of the Argentine National Team in MLS.
Ronaldo could revive his rivalry with the captain of the Argentine National Team in MLS.

Lionel Messi's departure to Inter Miami ended the stay of the best two players of the last 15 years in Europe. First Cristiano Ronaldo made the decision to leave Manchester United for Saudi Arabia's Al Nassr and now the top Ballon d'Or winner will have experience in United States soccer.

The destinations chosen by the Argentine and the Portuguese are totally opposite and many of the soccer fans have already given up the chance to see them face each other again on a playing field. However, in the last hours, the journalist Gerardo Velázquez released information that could revolutionize the MLS even more and has CR7 as the protagonist.

According to the Mexican communicator, Los Angeles FC will exhaust all efforts to sign Cristiano in the event that they cannot complete the renewal of Carlos Vela. Although the franchise is not able to pay the same salary that it has in the Middle East, its salary would be the same or even higher than Messi's and the state would take over 30% of it with the aim that the league in that country become one of the most attractive in the world.

Jordi Alba will play at Inter Miami with Lionel Messi

After several weeks of negotiations, it was finally confirmed that the Spanish left-back will once again be La Pulga's partner at Las Garzas. Thus, he joins Sergio Busquets and Tata Martino as the new faces that will accompany the '10' on his new adventure in American football.

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