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Lionel Messi, World Champion in Qatar, Contemplates Defending His Title in the Next Edition in North America

At the age of 36, with 180 international caps and 106 goals to his name, the Argentine forward is considering the prospect of achieving a historic double by participating in one final World Cup.

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Having accumulated successes at the Copa América, the Finalissima, and the World Cup, Messi seems to have developed an increasing appetite, expressing a desire to extend this period of success for as long as possible.

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“I’ve already said that I didn’t think I would be there, and it seemed like I would retire after the last World Cup, but it’s the opposite. Now, I want to be there more than ever,” mentioned the Inter Miami forward to Star+. “After that, we’ll see how far it can go. Maybe we will do well in the Copa América, and everything will come together to continue. Maybe not. Being realistic, it will be difficult.”

“After so many years of suffering, we are experiencing a special moment like I have never experienced, and I want to fully enjoy it,” added La Pulga (Messi’s nickname).

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