Lionel Messi discloses he rarely leaves his luxurious $10.8 million mansion after Inter Miami move

Lionel Messi admitted in a recent interview that he rarely steps out of his multi-million dollar mansion!

Lionel Messi discloses he rarely leaves his luxurious $10.8 million mansion after Inter Miami move

Lionel Messi has a multi-million dollar mansion in Miami (Via X/@InterMiamiCF & kick_clips)

Lionel Messi‘s move to the MLS has turned out to be much better than what was initially considered for the Argentine. As he completes a whole year since the move was made official, the player made a ‘strange’ revelation in a recent interview. The forward, despite sharing pictures of his time out in Miami, going to the supermarket with his family and dinner with club owner David Beckham, admitted that he doesn’t go out much!

Messi resides with his wife Antonela Roccuzzo and three children in a luxurious mansion in Miami. From private pools to docks and lush green pavilions, the £8.5 million Fort Lauderdale mansion has it all. Despite being at the heart of Miami’s attack and orchestrating their play, Messi hasn’t explored what the city really has to offer.

The truth is that we don't go out much either. We live where the club is located and it's a short drive to Miami. We go out. We've gone out a couple of times but I still don't know the place well.
Lionel Messi told infobae

The 36-year-old will turn a year older later this month and will be busy representing Argentina at the Copa America tournament in the USA.

Lionel Scaloni assures Lionel Messi will play against Ecuador

Defending Copa America champions Argentina are engaged in their last minute preparations as they attempt to retain their crown. The South American giants have two matches left on their calendar before they kick-off their tournament against Canada on the 21st. The Albiceleste return to action after three long months with a friendly against Ecuador in the early hours of Monday.

Lionel Messi & Rodrigo De Paul
Lionel Messi is all smiles at the Argentina camp (Via X/@brfootball)

While Lionel Messi has slowly picked up form ahead of the tournament, coach Lionel Scaloni discussed his importance to the squad in a recent press conference.

The people will see Messi tomorrow. He'll surely play for a while. I don't know if he'll play the entire match or 60 minutes or 30, but the people will see him and that's the most important thing.
Lionel Scaloni said

Pictures and clips shared from the team’s training drills give the impression that the spirits are high in the Argentine camp. It is unclear whether this will be Messi’s last major tournament for the national team as he is yet to ponder upon his retirement. The all-time leading goal scorer for Argentina will surely put on a show as they go up against Canada, Chile and Peru within the space of ten days.

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