Lionel Messi’s stunning wife Antonela Roccuzzo sends happy birthday message to Sofia Balbi – Luis Suarez’s other half – and says they ‘need new photos’ amid links to sensational reunion at Inter Miami next year
- Roccuzzo posted an Instagram story to celebrate Balbi’s 34th birthday on Friday
- It has been reported Suarez will sign a one-year deal with Inter Miami in 2024
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Lionel Messi’s wife Antonela Roccuzzo shared her adoration for Luis Suarez’s other half Sofia Balbi on social media amid talks of Messi and Suarez reuniting in Miami next year.
Roccuzzo, 35, posted a collage on her Instagram story, celebrating Balbi’s 34th birthday on Friday.
‘Happy birthday,’ Roccuzzo’s Spanish caption translated.
The next slide showed a single photo paired with a longer caption: ‘For more laughter, more stories, and more sunsets together,’ Roccuzzo wrote. ‘I adore you and miss you.’
‘PS: we have to renew our photos friend,’ she added.
Roccuzzo posted an Instagram story to celebrate Balbi’s birthday amid Inter Miami rumors
Roccuzzo and Balbi’s friendship began in 2014 after Suarez joined Messi at FC Barcelona
Suarez and Messi combined for 621 goals in 258 games while playing together in Barcelona
The two may soon be reunited in Florida as talks of Suarez joining Messi in MLS side Inter Miami reach fever pitch.
On November 1, El Pais reported that the 2023 Leagues Cup winners reached out to Suarez’s Brazilian club Gremio to inquire about his availability. With Suarez scheduled to visit in December, the Herons have already released forward Josef Martinez to make room for the former Premier League Golden Boot winner.
Roccuzzo and Balbi’s friendship started when Suarez joined Messi at Barcelona in 2014. In 258 games together, Messi and Suarez collected 621 goals.
Messi assisted Suarez for 43 goals and Suarez played the last pass for 56 of Messi’s. They also won 13 trophies while playing for the Catalan side, including four La Liga titles and Barca’s five-trophy season in 2015.
Suarez has since played for Atletico Madrid and Nacional in his native Uruguay before landing in Porto Alegre with Gremio. In the last year, Suarez scored 17 goals in 37 appearances while dealing with knee injuries.
On the other hand, Messi had a dreadful stint with Paris Saint Germain and left to join Miami after winning the FIFA World Cup with Argentina in December. Although they missed the MLS Playoffs, Messi helped Miami towards their first trophy in the Leagues Cup and a finals appearance in the US Open Cup.
Suarez signing with Miami would reunite him with Messi and former Barca teammates Jordi Alba and Sergio Busquets.
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