Lionel Messi, the Argentine World Cup winner and football legend, has confirmed that he will retire at Inter Miami, opening up about his fears and thoughts on life after football. Messi's contract with Inter Miami runs until the end of 2025, marking the likely end of a glittering career that has seen him achieve every major accolade in the sport. Despite still being one of the world's top players, Messi acknowledged that the end of his career is approaching. The former Barcelona and Paris Saint-Germain star, who turns 37 later this month, shared his emotions and plans in an exclusive interview with ESPN Argentina.

"I'm not prepared to leave football," Messi told ESPN Argentina. "I did this all my life, I enjoy the trainings, the games. The fear that everything is going to be over, it's always there. I think Inter Miami is going to be my last club." Messi's career has been nothing short of extraordinary. The Argentine legend has won the Champions League multiple times, secured league titles in Spain and France, and most notably, led Argentina to a Copa America victory and

a World Cup triumph. Messi's trophy cabinet is equally impressive, adorned with numerous Ballon d'Or awards recognizing him as the best player in the world.

As he inches closer to retirement, Messi's reflections reveal a human side to the global icon. "The fear that everything is going to be over, it's always there," he admitted, highlighting a vulnerability that resonates with many athletes facing the end of their careers. His words shed light on the emotional and psychological challenges even the greatest players must confront.

Despite these uncertainties, Messi's legacy in football is firmly established. He has inspired millions worldwide with his skill, dedication, and sportsmanship. His influence extends beyond the pitch, as he has become a symbol of excellence and perseverance. Inter Miami fans have been privileged to witness Messi's brilliance firsthand, and they will cherish these final years of his career. While the prospect of football without Messi is daunting for many, his contributions to the sport will be remembered for generations.
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