Lionel Messi wants to be a dad again

He plays for Inter Miami

By Web Desk
September 24, 2023

Lionel Messi has said that his move to Inter Miami has allowed him to spend more time with his family.

Messi has also hinted at the possibility of being a dad again, particularly if a daughter is a possibility.

Messi shared his desire to have a baby again with his wife Antonela Roccuzzo, but stated that there are no plans yet.

While chatting with streaming channel OLGA from his home in Miami, Messi opened up about his home life, revealing: “We’d like to have a baby again."

“We’re not searching, but we’ll see if a baby girl arrives,” he added.

The 36-year-old football player shared some of the new routines he’s built since he arrived in Miami from France.

“I finish training at 1pm, then I go home and Antonela and I have lunch. I take a nap and we watch TV or movies,” he said. “At 9pm, the babies are going to bed, allowing me and Antonela to relax a bit. We have an early dinner and then we watch TV.”

Spilling more details of his daily routine, Messi also revealed that he spends a lot of time on his phone, but elaborated that he’s very selective with what he does online.

“I spend a lot of time on my phone. But I don’t give away likes or comments, because afterwards someone posts it and then it’s everywhere. I’d rather not.”

Lionel Messi's success extends beyond his career, as he maintains a secure and peaceful life at home, which supports him on the court and has been a perfect backdrop for his significant achievements, HOLA reported.

Lionel Messi’s success isn’t limited to his career. From home, he’s created a safe and peaceful life that accompanies him and supports him on the field, providing the perfect backdrop for some of his life’s biggest achievements.

Additionally, he made time during his interview to gush over his beautiful wife, Antonela, whom he met when he was a teen, expressing his admiration for her.

“Antonela is a great mom, I admire her a lot,” he said. “She spends 24 hours with them. I travel a lot for work, for matches and trips with Argentina or the team. Sometimes we leave for a month or more and she stays with the kids all day."