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Thursday, July 13, 2023

PHOTOS: Lionel Messi seen grocery shopping at Publix supermarket in Miami for Reece’s Pieces, Lucky Charms, and Froot Loops

Lionel Messi seen grocery shopping at Publix supermarket in Miami for Reece’s Pieces, Lucky Charms, and Froot Loops...

Lionel Messi surprised shoppers at a Publix supermarket in Miami on Thursday.

The 36-year-old soccer icon recently touched down in the United States following a summer break after leaving Paris Saint-Germain at the end of last season.

After agreeing to sign for Inter Miami, Messi is set to become the highest-profile player ever to feature in Major League Soccer.

The 2022 World Cup winner was expected to sign his contract and be announced officially as a Miami player on Thursday - but the announcement now could come on Friday. Everything is going to plan, despite confirmation potentially coming later than anticipated.

Beckham, who said he didn't have an update on the free transfer earlier this week, was spotted at Inter Miami's training ground on Wednesday, as he hopes to wrap up Messi's move as soon as possible in hopes of turning his clubs fortunes around.

Inter Miami are currently ranked in last place (15th) of the MLS' Eastern Conference. The Herons are 11 points off the Chicago Fire, sitting in ninth place - the last final series play-offs spot.

Messi shared his intent to move to the US last month after turning down lucrative offers from Saudi Arabia and seeing a Barcelona return become unattainable. 

He played for PSG for the last two seasons but never really made himself at home in France's capital, where ultras accused him of not playing up to his usual standards after the team's exit to Bayern Munich in the Round of 16 of the Champions League -- a trophy that continues to elude the Ligue 1 champions, backed by the state-run sovereign-wealth fund of Qatar.

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