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“Hopefully We Can Take What We Already Did At Barcelona To Inter Miami”: Sergio Busquets Wants To Continue Winning Titles With Lionel Messi | The USA Print – THE USA PRINT

"Hopefully we can take what we already did at Barcelona to Inter Miami": Sergio Busquets wants to continue winning titles with Lionel Messi | The USA Print

In what was his first press conference with Inter Miami, the Spanish Sergio Busquets showed his desire to write a new football chapter together with the Argentine Lionel Messi and hopes that the successes that both achieved together in their time at FC Barcelona will be repeated.

“We parted ways and now time has given us the opportunity to get back together, to enjoy ourselves again, and I am very excited and excited to be able to play alongside the best player in the history of football., a great friend and a great person (…). Hopefully we can take what we already did (at Barcelona) now to Inter Miami,” said the midfielder in statements to the press.

Messi and Busquets were officially presented last Sunday as new Inter Miami players and both could make their debut this Friday in the match against Cruz Azul corresponding to the opening day of the Leagues Cup.

“Now a new tournament is starting and hopefully we can live up to what the club wants and I’m sure that little by little we will grow”said Busquets, who said he was physically fine but needed “a period of adaptation and it is clear that playing 90 minutes now would be practically impossible.”

“My dream is to enjoy a new experience in sports and family, which I have spent my whole life without leaving my comfort zone, from my house, with my family, with my people… This is a new experience that we wanted to live and what better way than living it here in the US and, specifically, in Miami“Added the Spaniard at the press conference.

Five leagues, five Copas del Rey, three Spanish Super Cups, one European Super Cup, one Club World Cup and one Champions League These are some of the titles that Lionel Messi and Sergio Busquets won together at FC Barcelona, ​​so it is logical that the Spaniard is motivated to continue winning titles with his friend, now in American soccer.

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