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MLS teams are debating a plan to sign Lionel Messi

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Major League Soccer (MLS) has made a splash in the world of football. With the news that the league’s 29 teams are planning to sign Lionel Messi. One of the greatest footballers of all time. The deal, which is still being negotiate, would see each team contribute to Messi’s salary. Creating a unique and unprecedented arrangement in the world of sports.

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The plan to sign Messi is a bold move by the MLS. Which has long as a less competitive league compared to other major football leagues around the world. Signing a player of Messi’s caliber would help to raise the profile of the league. Make it a more attractive destination for top players.

The negotiations for Messi’s transfer to the MLS are to be at an advance stage. With a number of details still to be work out. The biggest challenge facing the league is how to distribute Messi’s salary across the 29 teams. The total cost of Messi’s salary is estimate to be around $75 million per year, which would be a significant investment for each team.

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One possible solution being discussed is for each team to pay a portion of Messi’s salary based on their market size and revenue. This would mean that the larger and more successful teams would pay a greater share of the salary. While the smaller and less successful teams would pay a smaller share. This approach would help to ensure that the burden of paying Messi’s salary is spread fairly across the league.

Another possible solution is for the league to create a salary cap exemption for Messi, allowing him to be paid more than the league’s other players. This would be a controversial move, as it would give one player a significant advantage over his teammates and opponents. However, it would also help to ensure that Messi is properly compensated for his talents and would make it more likely that he would choose to sign with an MLS team.

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