Lionel Messi has been inactive since the conclusion of the 2023 MLS season in late October.
With the November international break, Messi's return is anticipated for Argentina's World Cup qualifying matches against Uruguay and Brazil for the 2026 tournament.
The first of these crucial games is against Uruguay, the current No. 15-ranked nation by FIFA.
Luis Suarez, Messi's former Barcelona teammate, is expected to play for Uruguay in this important encounter.
Argentina's manager, Lionel Scaloni, has indicated that Messi is in good condition and is expected to feature in the game against Uruguay.
Despite a 25-day gap since his last game, Messi has been training normally, ensuring he is physically prepared for the match.
The Argentina vs. Uruguay World Cup qualifier will kick off at 7 p.m. ET/4 p.m. PT in Buenos Aires.
The match will be broadcast in Spanish on Telemundo, providing fans with a way to watch the game.