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Iconic Argentine footballer Lionel Messi recently addressed retirement during an episode of the Big Time Podcast, shedding light on his future plans as he navigates the twilight of his career.

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Since his move to Inter Miami in the summer of 2023, Messi has tallied 16 goals and seven assists in 19 appearances across various competitions. However, the 36-year-old has also grappled with injury concerns, raising questions about his longevity in the sport.

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Discussing his retirement plans, the eight-time Ballon d’Or winner emphasized his self-awareness, acknowledging that he evaluates his performances critically. Messi expressed his readiness to step away from the game when he feels he can no longer perform at his peak or derive enjoyment from playing, regardless of his age.

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“I am very self-critical. I know when I’m good, when I’m bad, when I play well, and when I play poorly. When I sense it’s time to take that step, I will do so without considering my age,” Messi stated. “I understand that moment when I feel I am no longer prepared to perform, when I am no longer enjoying myself, or when I am not assisting my teammates.”

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