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Argentina’s Lionel Messi will play in the 2026 World Cup

  • Messi hints at possibility of playing in 2026 World Cup.
  • Reflects on tranquility post-2022 World Cup win.
  • rgentina prepares for Copa América amid high expectations.

Lionel Messi, famed Argentine footballer, hints at the prospect of extending his international career to the 2026 World Cup, despite initially suggesting the 2022 tournament would be his last. Speaking in a recent interview, Messi emphasized that his decision hinges on his physical condition and ability to contribute effectively to the team’s success.

Reflecting on his recent triumph in the 2022 World Cup, Messi expressed a sense of tranquility but admitted to refraining from watching full match replays, opting instead to cherish memories in his heart.

Considering World Cup journey 2026 with Lionel Messi

Lionel Messi, the Argentine soccer icon, contemplates extending his international career to the 2026 World Cup, sparking speculation among fans worldwide.

Reflecting on his recent World Cup triumph, Messi admits to finding solace in tranquility, yet refrains from revisiting the full match, choosing instead to savor cherished memories.

With the Copa América on the horizon, Messi leads Argentina amidst high expectations, highlighting the team’s perennial status as a favorite in the tournament.

As Argentina prepares for Copa América clashes, Messi’s presence remains pivotal, steering the team through the challenges posed by formidable South American opponents.

Messi’s contemplation of participating in the 2026 World Cup adds a layer of intrigue to his illustrious career, leaving fans eagerly awaiting his decision. As he continues to lead Argentina with grace and determination, his legacy in the sport continues to evolve, shaping the future of football for generations to come.

“As long as I feel physically and mentally capable, and can contribute positively to the team, the possibility of playing in the 2026 World Cup remains open.”

— Lionel Messi

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