Football legend and global icon David Beckham has convinced Brazilian superstar Neymar to join his MLS franchise, Inter Miami, and not too surprisingly the gifted footballer has agreed to join the club ‘one day.’
The former England international also joked that the Brazilian will join in the next ten years. Inter Miami are preparing to enter MLS for their inaugural season, with their first fixture away to LAFC set to take place on March 1.
David Beckham keeps on luring big names to his football club with the latest being former Bundesliga man Jerome Kiesewetter. The forward is German trained, having developed through the Hertha Berlin youth team. The dual citizenship player represented the United States in age grade tournaments and the senior squad.
Beckham’s outfit Inter Miami CF confirmed the signature of the player, even as other big names are expected to sign. David Silva is one of the major names linked to the David Beckham initiative. Former Monaco man Radamel Falcao and even Paris St Germain striker Edison Cavani have been linked with a move to the Major League Soccer to partner with Beckham.
The Premier League has over the years seen its fair share of quality players who have impacted the game in different ways. There have been dynasties created and new stars emerging from different top clubs.
One curious area of the pitch that has continued to see improvements is the attacking third as players get faster and stronger with new medical improvements. A certain player that has wowed the EPL in the past three seasons with his passing and game-changing ability is Kevin De Bruyne.
Manchester United Legend Eric Cantona received the UEFA President’s Award at the UEFA Champions League Draw ceremony on Thursday. The talismanic midfielder during his time is regarded as one of the players that changed the club in the mid-1990s.
Cantona joined an illustrious list of past winners including Eusebio, Alfredo Di Stefano, and Johan Cruyff. UEFA had revealed that the Frenchman had been selected for the award on Tuesday with the body revealing that Cantona was an exemplary player.
David and Victoria Beckham shared a progression of entertaining family snaps via web-based networking media yesterday. The duo, who are going to celebrate their twentieth wedding anniversary one month from now, took their four kids to Miami. Their kids Brooklyn 20-year-old, Romeo 16-year-old, Cruz 14-year-old, and Harper, the youngest, one seven-year, joined their folks for an uncommon family picture which was shared on their social media profile.
David shared the upbeat snap on Instagram with his 55.8 million devotees, alongside the subtitle: thanking Miami for a delightful week, as it helped them to create memories and be excited. He hopes that many more are to come. Victoria, an elite fashion designer could be seen displaying one of her own collection in the picture during their family trip. She wore a couple of thin fitting cream pants with a camisole top paired with snakeskin heels.
David Beckham is regarded as one of the greatest crossers of the ball in history. The former England captain had a successful career winning titles in England and Spain and played with a host of top quality managers.
Two of which currently manage England and Manchester United in Gareth Southgate and Ole Gunnar Solksjaer. Solksjaer has been impressive at Old Trafford leading United to a run of 10 victories in 13 matches in the Premier League which has seen the club move into the race for the Champions League places.
The arrival of Zinedine Zidane as the manager of Real Madrid on Monday came as a shock to many as it was not expected. The former Madrid ace had resigned earlier in the season after winning the Champions League for the third season in succession for the Spanish Giants.
It is believed that Madrid president Florentino Perez had failed to provide assurances on transfers ahead of the season which led to his exit. However the recent failure of the club to make a title challenge in all competitions this season has been the last straw for Perez.
Former England international David Beckham will be remembered forever in the football world following his illustrious 20 year career which saw him represent European elite clubs including Manchester United, Real Madrid, Milan, LA Galaxy and Paris St. Germain.
However things have changed for Beckham in recent years, as the midfielder – known for his unique fashion style in his playing days – has delved fulltime into the fashion world. Continue reading
David Beckham’s long-standing deal of the stadium is all set to manifest as the Miami voters give permission to the city officials to negotiate one of the deals with no lease with the Beckham’s group this Tuesday. The Beckhams want to turn Melreese Country Club, Golf course for the public around into a space for a Major League Soccer complex, a retail shop along with a star hotel, guaranteeing an annual range of 4 million dollars to the city. They have turned to Melreese after getting tossed over in several other sites over past five years, ever since he dreamt of it. Tuesday’s win was indeed an important one, though isn’t promising enough.
The Beckhams group has taken the responsibility to remove the waste that proves to be toxic on the site and also do the payment of a wage, thereby expanding around 35 million dollars. The deal has faced a lot of criticism. Some local golfers want the course to be safe while other Miami residents want to get a value that is fair while leasing or selling the property. The Beckhams group has assured to bring up homegrown talents and championship winning players while ensuring a redressal to all the complaints of the locals.
Atletico Madrid star Antoine Griezmann has expressed his wish to play for David Beckham’s MLS expansion club on many occasions over the past few months, and Beckham has definitely cleared that he is bringing the world champion to South Florida.
Inter Miami, Beckham’s team, won the voters’ approval on Tuesday evening to move forward with plans to build a football-specific stadium. Then the global icon touched on several topics relating to his MLS franchise, including repeated interest Griezmann of playing in Miami. “It is always nice to have good players come and play for our team,” said Beckham. “He is a big player. I’m a fan of him, he’s a fan of me, so maybe one day he wants to grace the building in Miami and that’s what we want.”