Lionel Messi has a fortune of 1.5 billion, look what he will earn with Aguero in Esports

Lionel Messi got into an exciting business.

By Wilian Estrella

Lionel Messi got into an exciting business.
Lionel Messi got into an exciting business.
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Lionel Messi has a new club. Although it is already confirmed that he will not leave Inter Miami on loan as was speculated after the pink franchise did not qualify for the MLS Playoffs, in recent days Sergio Agüero announced that Leo became co-owner of Krü , an eSports team that Kun founded and that is increasingly on the rise.

For the announcement, Agüero recorded a video in which he gave his fans a scare by implying that he would step aside from his own club. However, at the end he broke the news that Lionel will accompany him on this adventure and the clip closes with Messi emulating the famous phrase of the former Barcelona, Manchester City, Atlético de Madrid and Independiente player: “Let's play.”

Now, how much economic benefit will this new society bring to La Pulga? As is known, the Argentine captain rejected a contract of 600 million euros with Al-Hilal, but signed a high contract with Inter Miami of 50 million dollars per year. That's not counting royalties from shirt sales and MLS Season Pass subscriptions.

This suggests that logically his union with Krü did not have an economic background, but in any case the fact of being one of the owners could bring him economic benefits. According to Infobae, the prizes for winning electronic sports competitions range from 100 thousand to 2 million dollars, so Messi could enjoy interesting financial income.

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