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End of the wait? Sergio Busquets would have already decided between Arabia and Inter Miami

Published:9/06/2023 - 11:18h

Updated:9/06/2023 - 11:18h

New information ensures that Sergio Busquets would already have everything done to land in Saudi Arabia or the United States. In fact, he will communicate his decision to the public very soon

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The newspaper 'Sportive World' ensures that Sergio Busquets already has a decision taken and will define his future this Friday 9 June. The midfield player will remain free of agreement with the FC Barcelona and has on the table three important offers to continue with his sportive career far of Europe.

The MLS and the Professional League Saudi want to incorporate him but have presented proposals very different in the economic and sportive. So much the To the-Hilal like the To the-Nassr of Cristiano Ronaldo want to hire him and are had to disburse a mount that it oscillates the 20 million clean euros by season, a very important figure taking into account that it will fulfil 35 years in July.

The Inter Miami would have the forward

By his part, the Inter Miami does not present a proposal so 'substantial' in numerical terms but have the letter of Leo Messi under his sleeve. And it is that the group of David Beckham wants to make a competitive team and has in mind incorporate to 'Busi' from does several seasons, something that could concretise in the next hours thank you —partly— to the signing of 'The Flea'

In fact, to the captain of the Barça could join Jordi Alba, the one who keeps like free agent after terminating his agreement with the culés does a pair of weeks. Both footballers would see with very good eyes play again with Leo and bet by a calm life in the United States, far of the focuses and the pressure mediática.

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