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Al-Ahly and Kano Pillars of Egypt were ranked higher in the World Club Ranking than Messi’s Inter Miami.



According to the most recent Football Database rating, Lionel Messi’s new team, Inter Miami, is behind Nigeria’s Kano Pillars and Egypt’s Al-Ahly football clubs.On Monday, the football ranking website announced that the ranking of the soccer club has been changed following games on August 27, 2023.

According to the reporter’s findings, Real Madrid came in third place with 1942 points, followed by Bayern Munich in second place with 1950 points and Manchester City in first place with 2086 points.The other teams are Inter Milan with 1917 points and Victor Osimhen’s Napoli, which came in fourth place with 1924 points.

With 1900, 1871, 1819, and 1811 in order, Liverpool, Arsenal, Newcastle, and Manchester United were ranked sixth, seventh, sixteenth, and seventeenth, respectively.Al-Ahly of Egypt, which is ranked 50th with 1,703 points, is the top African club. With 1390 points, Nigeria’s Kano Pillars are ranked 728th.

With 1,294 points, Messi’s Inter Miami was ranked 1,538 in the meantime.After spending two seasons with French champions Paris Saint-Germain, the seven-time Balon D’Or winner came to Miami.

He inked a contract with the team that will last through the end of the 2025 MLS season.The 36-year-old Messi will make “between £50 million and $60 million per year,” according to Inter Miami managing owner Jorge Mas, who claimed that three years of discussions were required to get the player to the team.

With Inter Miami and in the US, Messi declared, “I’m very excited to start this next step in my career.” “This is a wonderful chance, and we will work together to finish this lovely project.In eight outings since then, the 36-year-old has scored 10 goals and provided three assists.

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