Lionel Messi has begun his life in the United States, and there’s a lot of buzz about the kind of house he’ll be living in.

Messi has reportedly settled into life in the United States after joining Inter Miami in the Major League Soccer (MLS). At this point, soccer specialist SportsBible reported on Wednesday (Nov. 13) that Messi will be living in a house in Florida, where his team Inter Miami is based.

“Messi has purchased a mansion worth $11 million (approximately 13.5 billion won),” the publication said, adding that the house is located in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Fort Lauderdale is a city near Miami and home to Inter Miami’s DRV PNK stadium.

According to US real estate transaction platform Rentcafe, Fort Lauderdale is the most expensive place to live in Florida, with properties priced 20% higher than the average price of homes across the US. It also has a transaction price that is 21% higher than the average transaction price for real estate in the state of Florida.

In addition, Fort Lauderdale is close to the beach, has great hiking opportunities, and is very quiet. Messi is reportedly a very quiet and reserved person. Outside of spending time on the soccer field or at the training center, she is a family man.

Therefore, it’s clear that Messi wants to spend the last years of his soccer career with his family in a quiet place, close to nature.

“The mansion Messi purchased has 10 bedrooms, a swimming pool, a spa, and two small boat docks,” Sports Illustrated reported, and also released aerial footage of the property. 카지노사이트

“The 975-square-meter (about 300-square-foot) property has three garages, and Messi will live within 15 minutes of the DRV PNK stadium and the team’s training ground,” the outlet added.

Messi opted to move to the United States last summer after his contract with French club Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) expired. Inter Miami is also co-owned by English soccer legend and PSG senior David Beckham.

For Inter Miami, it was a “Godsend” signing. Messi exploded for 11 goals in 11 games, including the game-winner from a free kick in the North American League Cup in July, his debut for the new team. In the meantime, Inter Miami lifted the League Cup, their first ever trophy. They also reached the final of the US Open Cup. They’re on track for a mid-table finish in the MLS Eastern Conference.

Messi, who joined the Argentina national team for the A-match break, will return to the MLS goal-scoring fray on Sunday when the Lions host Atlanta United in a league match.

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