Son of David Beckham leaves his father’s MLS club and moves to… the Premier League

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Romeo Beckham, son of former England international and Manchester United icon David Beckham, has signed a contract with Brentford’s second team. The team from the Premier League confirmed this on Friday.

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The 20-year-old midfielder, who was trained at Arsenal as a youngster, has maintained his fitness in America in recent months. There he played football in the second team of Inter Miami, which is partly owned by his father.

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“I am very proud and happy to be here,” says Romeo Beckham. “It’s been a fun season (in the US) with a lot of highs and lows, but I’m motivated to be here and show what I can do.”

Romeo Beckham joined the ranks of Fort Lauderdale CF in 2021, which was renamed Inter Miami II last year. The son of ‘Becks’ was briefly allowed to appear with the first team in a friendly against Barcelona in July.

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