Aguero Open to Lionel Messi’s Participation in 2026 WC: ‘We Have to Leave the Door Open’

June 10, 2023

Football is unpredictable, often filled with miraculous comebacks and thrilling twists. In this realm of the unexpected, the potential of Lionel Messi playing in the 2026 FIFA World Cup is a possibility we cannot overlook, as suggested by Sergio Aguero.

Lionel Messi has confirmed his transition to MLS side Inter Miami after the expiration of his Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) contract on June 30.

The announcement came during his joint interview with leading Spanish outlets, Mundo Deportivo and SPORT.

Desiring to step away from the incessant glare of the international limelight, Messi expressed his enthusiasm to savor American football while enjoying a more peaceful lifestyle.

A close companion and well-wisher, Aguero perceives that Messi’s exposure to the less strenuous climate of American football may further extend the legendary athlete’s international career.

Aguero affirmed, echoing @AlbicelesteTalk‘s sentiment,

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“With this move, we have to leave the door open for the 2026 World Cup, let’s see.”

Lionel Messi’s departure from Barcelona coincided with Sergio Aguero’s arrival, leaving fans lamenting the missed opportunity for the close friends to represent the same club.

However, the pair shared potent chemistry on the field when representing La Albiceleste over the past 16 years.

While we cannot predict football’s unpredictable twists, we must consider Aguero’s belief in Messi’s potential participation in the 2026 FIFA World Cup.

As Lionel Messi transitions into a more relaxed phase of his career, we might witness more exceptional moments from this football legend.

Whether Messi will make his sixth appearance in the World Cup remains an enticing question that only time will answer.

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