Messi, Suarez and Busquets to recreate Barcelona dream team?

Karan Tejwani
Karan Tejwani Updated: 21 Sep 2022 15:01 BST 3 min read
Messi, Suarez and Busquets at Barcelona

Sergio Busquets’ contract at Barcelona expires in the summer of 2023, and he could be on his way out of the club with the Blaugrana looking at the long run.

Xavi has been experimenting with Frenkie de Jong in his holding midfield role, while there are also links to Real Sociedad’s Martin Zubimendi for the position.

Busquets may have to start looking for a new club in the meantime if Barcelona decide against extending his contract, and there could be an option across the pond.

He’s been linked to Major League Soccer side Inter Miami, who have ambitious plans in the coming years, and a move could allow him to link up with some former team-mates.

Barca trio could reunite in America

Inter Miami, owned by David Beckham, have been linked to a host of top stars in recent times and will be looking to add to their roster in the coming years.

Major League Soccer clubs are permitted to have eight international players on their side, and Inter Miami have none, leaving space for some international stars on their team.

They’ve been linked heavily to Lionel Messi, and with the Argentine’s contract expiring at the end of the current season, they’ll be looking to make a move.

The forward signed a deal for two years with Paris Saint-Germain back in 2021, and his future is still unclear, with Barcelona exploring the possibility of signing him next year as well.

Additionally, Luis Suarez is another option, with the forward set to leave Nacional at the end of the current Uruguayan league season.

Should an offer arise for him from Inter Miami soon, he would be tempted to make a move, and would be the first of him, Busquets and Messi to make a move to MLS.

A reunion for Busquets, Messi and Suarez at Inter Miami would be a dream for the franchise’s fans and it would mark a reunion for a trio that was once so successful for Barcelona, winning the treble in 2015.