Messi is the motivation for Beckham to throw up the blanket and wake up early every day
Messi fever heated up American football when the Argentine player arrived at Inter Miami in the summer. Even David Beckham cannot resist Messi’s charm.
After successfully recruiting Messi, Beckham did not want to miss the opportunity to enjoy the talent of the 36-year-old star. The co-owner of Inter Miami was so excited that he went to the training ground every day at 7 a.m. to watch Messi practice.
“First of all, I wanted to get to the training ground earlier than Leo so that he could see me there and believe in my commitment as well as that of the club. But the important thing for me is to enjoy this result after many days of effort,” David Beckham revealed in an interview with The Times.
“I want to see Messi enter the training field, want to see him warm up, do all the steps of a professional player. I also want to see him set an example for young players.”
“Messi is a superstar but the most humble superstar. And I love watching him practice. Anyone who has seen Messi play with his own eyes can see the difference. People think that Messi needs time to integrate with Inter Miami. It actually only took him a few seconds,” Beckham shared.
Messi arrived at Inter Miami in July and immediately created a huge attraction. Demand for Messi jerseys soared, causing even Beckham to wait to get a Messi shirt to give to his friends.
Since Messi came to the American team, Beckham has established a close relationship with the Argentine star. The Beckham and Messi families often invite each other to the restaurant for dinner. Beckham was also the one who gave the Golden Ball to Messi at the award ceremony at the end of October.