Inter Milan has made it to the final of the Leagues Cup, a notable achievement for a team that was initially deemed ineligible for the tournament. They are now just one victory away from securing the championship title, and the pivotal factor in this transformation has been none other than Lionel Messi. The very same individual who led Argentina to World Cup victory is now illuminating the stage for his latest club, and the statistics undeniably support his impact.

Lionel Messi is currently on a remarkable streak, having scored nine goals in six games. Even for Messi’s extraordinary standards, this level of performance is nothing short of astonishing. His ability to score almost effortlessly has translated into tangible success for the club, evident in their unbeaten record since Messi’s arrival. Co-owner David Beckham must be elated with Messi’s contribution, as he is proving to be worth every investment, showcasing his expertise in scoring goals. Despite being in the twilight of his career, Messi is far from calling it quits.

Messi’s time at Inter can be likened to a blossoming romance, still in its nascent stages. While the future remains uncertain, the current relationship is fueled by fervor and enthusiasm, as the club reaps the rewards of Messi’s achievements both on and off the field. Contrasting his lengthy “marriage” with Barcelona and the doomed experience at PSG, Messi finds himself in a favorable position at Inter, where he is thriving personally and elevating the club’s performance.

Meanwhile, former PSG teammate Sergio Ramos, who is currently a free agent after his contract concluded on June 30, seems unlikely to join Inter Miami. Contrary to rumors, Ramos does not plan to make the move to Inter Miami, with sources from MARCA dismissing this possibility. Despite being linked to the Liga MX side Club America, Ramos is yet to finalize a deal with any club. Although he and Messi shared the pitch for PSG and even collaborated on a few goals, it appears that Ramos will not be uniting with Messi at Inter.

Ramos expressed his sentiments online, stating, “I don’t know in how many places one can feel at home, but without a doubt, PSG, the fans, and Paris were one of them for me. Thank you for two special years in which I was able [to] play in every tournament and give my all. I will face new challenges, I will wear other colours, but first, and for the last time: ¡#AllezParis!” This signifies his departure from PSG and the start of a new chapter in his career.

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