Spain defender Jordi Alba will join former Barcelona team-mates Lionel Messi and Sergio Busquets at Inter Miami, said club president Jorge Mas.
Mas said the 34-year-old full-back has signed a contract and should be available to face Atlanta on Tuesday.
Alba, who left Barcelona in the summer when his contract expired, spent more than 10 years with the Spanish giants, scoring 27 goals in 459 matches.
He helped them win six La Liga titles and the Champions League in 2015.
Argentina World Cup champion Messi, 36, and Alba’s fellow Spain international Busquets, 35, have already moved to Major League Soccer in the United States.
Messi and Busquets were presented to a jubilant audience of about 20,000 Inter Miami fans on Sunday at the club’s DRV PNK Stadium, escorted by co-owner and former England captain David Beckham.
Seven-time Winner of the Ballon d’Or Messi practiced with his Miami teammates for the first time on Tuesday and is poised to make his debut against Cruz Azul of Mexico City in a Leagues Cup encounter on Friday.
Meanwhile, Inter Miami has been linked with another former Barcelona star, 36-year-old Uruguay striker Luis Suarez, who is presently playing for Gremio in Brazil.
The ex-Liverpool forward played alongside Messi, Busquets and Alba during six seasons at the Nou Camp between 2014 and 2020.
Mas said on Tuesday: “There’s been a lot of talk about Luis Suarez coming. We haven’t held direct talks with Gremio or with Suarez.
“I don’t know how Luis Suarez can leave Gremio. But if he does, we are free to talk to Luis and bring him to Inter Miami. That possibility would be there.”