Lionel Messi is set to join Major League Soccer club Inter Miami after his PSG contract expires this month. Reports in Argentina suggest that he could earn up to $100m a season with the David Beckham-owned franchise.

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“I have made the decision that I am going to Miami … a few things are needed, but well, we decided to continue my path there. After winning the World Cup and not being able to return to Barcelona, it was my turn to go to the … United States to live football in another way and to enjoy the day-to-day more,” Messi told Mundo Deportivo on Wednesday.

It is not clear when Messi could debut for Miami. However, the demand for tickets have already soared. As per USA Today, tickets to Inter Miami’s match vs New England on June 10 range from $40 to $55, but the tickets to see Inter Miami play LigaMX’s Cruz Azul on July 12 is $495.

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“Soccer fans are extremely passionate. This is a huge acquisition for Inter Miami CF and really MLS as a whole. It elevates the league and the international interest in MLS across the globe,” the website quoted TicketSmarter CEO, Jeff Goodman.

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Here is a brief schedule:

June 10: New England Revolution vs. Inter Miami — Foxborough, MA (Gillette Stadium)
June 24: Philadelphia Union vs. Inter Miami — Chester, PA (Subaru Park)
July 1: Inter Miami vs. Austin FC — Fort Lauderdale, FL (DRV PNK Stadium)
July 4: Inter Miami vs. Columbus Crew — Fort Lauderdale, FL (DRV PNK Stadium)
July 8: D.C. United vs. Inter Miami — Washington, DC (Audi Field)
July 15: St. Louis City SC vs. Inter Miami — St. Louis, MO (Citypark)
July 21: Leagues Cup: Inter Miami vs. Cruz Azul — Fort Lauderdale, FL (DRV PNK Stadium)
July 25: Leagues Cup: Inter Miami vs. Atlanta United — Fort Lauderdale, FL (DRV PNK Stadium)