David Beckham’s exciting new football club – Inter Miami – in the USA is the trending topic that has got everyone talking about. The club, which is to be based in the great state of Orlando, is set for a debut season in the MLS in 2020.
As per reports, it’s claimed former Real Madrid manager Zinedine Zidane is reportedly in line to become manager of the club, but speculated transfers are being kept moderately under wraps.
However, the biggest rumour seems on ground seems the greatest player of all-time, Lionel Messi, might call time on his Barcelona career to go across the pond in what would be an unbelievable coup for the club in its infancy. Aside this, Antoine Griezmann is another player who could leave Atletico Madrid anytime soon, having already stated that “If Beckham wants me in his club, then I’ll go. I want to finish my career in the US.”
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Backham had a remarkable superb career that took the former England international to both continents, for him to collect a trophy packed cabinet. Whilst there was no silverware with England national team, the 43-year-old had league winner’s medals in England, Spain and France.
Beckham ply his trade across Spain, France, Italy and England play with Real Madrid, Paris Saint-Germain, AC Milan, and, of course, Manchester United while he embarked on a new career in MLS with LA Galaxy in the United States.
That said, Football Weeks looks at some of the remnants of those great teams who could potentially team up with David Beckham to kick-start his budding franchise.
Kaka is the big name everyone wants at Inter Miami. Though the Brazilian is current studying under the tutelage of AC Milan boss Gennaro Gattuso, Paulo Maldini, and Leonardo back at AC Milan, but it won’t be surprising to see Kaka coming out of his self-imposed retirement to compete with the best of them over in the States.
Welbeck, who began his career at Manchester United when he was eleven years old in 2001, when David Beckham was probably the most famous sports personality in the world.
Now ply his trade in North London with Arsenal, the ex-Man United striker has been unable to get a guaranteed playing time ahead of Alexandre Lacazette and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang in Arsenal first team, and while he’s still only 27 years old, he could decide quitting his career and ply his trade abroad with Inter Miami.
Currently plying his trade at LA Galaxy, Ibrahimovic’s stunning West Coast with some goals that defy superlatives and he should be a perfect for Beckham’s new club.
Still one of the hottest prospects on our list, Marco Verratti has been long-linked with a move away from Paris Saint-Germain to Manchester United in recent days but luring the Italian to the Magic City would elevate Inter Miami’s prestige considerably.
Gravesen’s reportedly living in Las Vegas today and surely, the 42-year-old wouldn’t mind coming out of retirement to meet up with his old Real Madrid friend at Inter Miami.