In an interview with Forbes magazine, Jorge Mas, owner of Inter Miami, discusses Lionel Messi’s contract.

The MLS has pulled out all the stops to secure Lionel Messi. The head of Inter Miami confirms a salary between 50 and 60 million euros. In addition to this impressive salary, Messi would also have individual revenue-sharing agreements with giants such as Apple and Adidas, which could further increase his earnings.

Furthermore, a “David Beckham clause” is included in his contract, giving him the option to join the club’s management at the end of his contract in December 2025 without having to buy the club.

Inter Miami has made a significant investment to secure Messi’s signature but has also been strategic in its management to increase its revenues. By anticipating the expiration of many contracts when the club was aiming for Messi, the American franchise has concluded new, more lucrative agreements with sponsors such as Royal Caribbean, JPMorgan Chase, and Duracell.


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