Read Up “After his Sunday unveiling, US sports and entertainment stars welcomed Lionel Messi to Miami.” As the new forward for Inter Miami begins his new journey in MLS, a video message of congratulations and good luck has been put together by a number of the most well-known figures in US music and sports.

Tom Brady, a seven-time Super Bowl champion who left the National Football League earlier this year, was one of the first people to congratulate Barcelona on the signing of Lionel Messi.

The 45-year-old man added, “Leo, I wanted to say congratulations on the big move to Miami,” and then he continued.

Steph Curry, winner of four NBA championships, also sent his congratulations to Messi on his move, adding, “I just want to say congratulations on the transition.” I wish you the best of luck, as I am aware that it is a new beginning.

Gregg Berhalter, head coach of the United States Men’s National Team, continued by saying, “I want to welcome you to Miami and the United States.”

DJ Khaled, an American DJ and record producer, came from the world of music and stated to Messi: “Messi, we love you, welcome to Miami Dade County 305.” We are glad you are here, brother, and we adore you.

After His Sunday Unveiling, US Sports And Entertainment Stars Welcomed Lionel Messi To Miami
After His Sunday Unveiling, US Sports And Entertainment Stars Welcomed Lionel Messi To Miami

Despite spending $210 million so far in the summer window, Mikel Arteta has suggested that Arsenal will remain active.

Declan Rice has joined the Gunners in a club-record £105m transfer, while they have also brought in Kai Havertz for £65m and Jurrien Timber for £40m.

And Arteta has stated that club will remain ‘alert’ as they look to assemble a squad capable of competing for the Premier League title again.

Asked by Sky Sports whether there will be any more incomings, he said: “Let’s see.

“There’s a lot of time still in the market and a lot of expectations in some of our players as well.

“We’ll have to see and how things develop in the next couple of weeks. We’ll be alert.

“There’s still time to do things and there’s still time for exits obviously. I’m sure things will move.”