Gonzalo Higuain’s team is in last place in the MLS. A flop to say the least sensational despite the huge economic investments.
L’Inter Miami is in last place in the standings. The Florida team is currently the worst team in MLS, last in the league and back from six consecutive defeats. A very expensive failure, despite the protagonists on the field: David Beckham as owner, Phil Neville on the bench, Gonzalo Higuain as captain and in the team a world champion of the caliber of Blaise Matuidi. Inter Miami are not meeting expectations and there is no more enthusiasm.
In the last six games played by the team coached by Phil Neville the partial is alarming, or 1-13, with the only goal scored by Higuain. Last place in the standings despite huge investments. Yes, because if it is only partially true that the money in MLS is not there due to a rather rigid salary cap, it is also true that for certain players the companies have a limited number of seats (three from Designated Player, thanks to Beckham ai LA Galaxy times) to pay an unlimited salary and attract champions.