Blog Lionel Messis move to Miami brings joy disbelief and potential pitfalls

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Excitement even permeated the hyper-focused environment of the NBA finals. The Heat’s own global star Jimmy Butler, a huge soccer fan, said: “I’m so excited for the city to have a player of that calibre here. Fans from all over the world are going to come here to watch him compete.”

Heat’s head coach, Erik Spoelstra, told the Guardian before Game 4: “It’s exciting. My two sons are just starting to get into soccer … football. I hope I can get a ticket for some games.”

Miami’s front office must get creative given the MLS salary cap rules and the restrictions they’re operating under for breaking them, but former Barcelona teammates Sergio Busquets and Luis Suárez are among the rumoured targets.

Besides joining a last-placed team, the glamour of the move is somewhat undercut by Miami’s playing arrangements. When Bleacher Report channeled LeBron James’ famous decision to “take my talents to South Beach”, a Twitter user with an eye for accuracy responded: “He’s technically taking his talents to Commercial Blvd in Fort Lauderdale near a bunch of auto body shops and a seafood restaurant named Catfish Dewey’s.”

Indeed, Inter’s temporary DRV PNK stadium is 35 miles from the glamour of South Beach and its 18,000 capacity is joint-lowest in MLS. The bare bones arena is nice enough, but has four very open corners and you can see the pitch from the parking lot. It’s a little unbecoming for one of the game’s greatest players.

Legendary coach Pat Riley arrived in 1995 to offer legitimacy. Shaquille O’Neal and Dwyane Wade brought the team a title in 2006. The LeBron James Big Three era – which brought another two championships – truly made Miami a basketball town.

“LeBron was a superstar, and it was electrifying to have him in our presence. We became the epicenter of the basketball universe, and then everything evolved through Miami.”