Lionel Messi appears to be enjoying his time in Miami and has expressed his satisfaction with how things are going for himself and his family in the United States.
During an interview with the show ‘Olga,’ Messi discussed his adaptation to his new life, but he also addressed his time at Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) when asked if he would have preferred not to play for the Parisian club.
“That’s how it happened. The truth is that it didn’t go the way I expected, but I always say that things happen for a reason and even though I wasn’t doing well there, it was my turn to be a world champion there,” Messi told Olga.
“Everything happens for a reason and if it had to be like that…”
Messi appears to have faced a challenging situation regarding recognition for winning the World Cup when he returned to Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) after the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar.
In any case, Messi feels that perhaps of the greatest issue he had was an absence of acknowledgment for winning the World Cup once he got back to France after Qatar 2022.
It was a precarious spot for the Parisian club to be in, realizing Kylian Mbappe had recently needed to leave the club and was despondent around then too, and he had recently been on the horrible side of the World Cup last against Messi’s Argentina.
“It was understandable. I was in the place where we had won the final and it was our fault that France hadn’t won the World Cup this time. I was the only player who didn’t get recognition, apart from my 25 other players, but that’s OK,” said Messi.