Emiliano Martinez seems to be speaking from the heart.
Martinez is an Aston Villa goalkeeper. He spent a lot of time at Arsenal, but when he couldn’t secure a regular starting spot due to his lack of buildup, he moved to Villa. Martinez is still Villa’s number one goalkeeper to this day, as his saves are good enough to earn him a starting spot at any team.
His performance at last year’s FIFA 2022 World Cup in Qatar was nothing short of spectacular. Starting in goal for Argentina from the group stage, Martinez was outstanding throughout the tournament, including a crucial save in the final to deny France in stoppage time to help Argentina win the World Cup. Martinez was awarded the Golden Glove for his performance in the tournament.먹튀검증
Martinez and Messi are close friends, having won a World Cup together. In a recent interview, Martinez talked about wanting to bring Messi to Villa, and while he joked about it, you could tell he was serious.
“I would bring Messi to Villa,” Martinez told the Argentine edition of global sports outlet ESPN. I would seduce him with ‘friend’ (an Argentine drink), and I would cook for him every weekend. I would even take a pay cut for him if necessary,” he said, adding that he would love to play with Messi at Villa. You can tell he was joking.
Messi’s move to Villa is theoretically possible. Messi’s contract with Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) expires at the end of this season, making him a free agent, and he has yet to decide where he wants to play next. Saudi Arabia has offered him a huge salary, but he hasn’t accepted it, and his hometown club Barcelona is also trying to lure him back. Messi’s father and agent, Jorge Messi, has said that Messi’s future will be decided after the end of the season. With Messi’s future still up in the air, Villarreal could be in the running to sign him.
However, despite Martinez’s wishes, it is doubtful that Messi will move to Villa. Messi is known to want to continue his career in Europe, but if he were to move to a specific league, it would likely be to a club above a certain level in the league.