When Lionel Messi thanked for his time at PSG, a rumor storm started.

Would there be a return to Barcelona for the world champion or will he move to Al Hilal in Saudi Arabia?

Now it is clear. It will be Inter Miami in MLS, the club partly owned by David Beckham.

The former AIK players Nicolas Stefanelli and Robert Taylor will thus be teammates with Messi, but also the Swede and former Elfsborg player Christopher McVey.

Messi has won just about everything there is to win in club football, and last winter he crowned his career by also winning the World Cup with Argentina.

"I'm not going back to Barcelona, I'm going to Inter Miami," Messi told Mundo Deportivo.

"I had an ambition, a vision to be able to return, but after going through what happened in the exodus I had, I didn't want to go back and end up in the same situation again.