Lionel Messi is yet to make his Paris Saint-Germain debut, but there are already rumours circulating over where he'll be when he eventually leaves France with David Beckham looking to tempt him to Inter Miami.
Barcelona shocked world football when it was revealed that they could no longer afford to keep Messi at the Camp Nou, and as a result, the player has since moved to the French capital with PSG.
Now, according to reports from the Daily Mirror, Inter Miami owner David Beckham has already contacted Messi in an attempt to bring him to his MLS side when his contract in Paris expires.
It's reported that given Messi already owns several luxury apartments in the city, and that could play a big part in convincing him to make the move. Beckham and co-founder Jorge Mas are also looking to tempt Cristiano Ronaldo to move stateside.
"David and I have been working really hard, we have aspirations of bringing the best players here and Messi is a generational player, arguably the best player of all time," Mas told the Miami Herald.