Having showcased his quality during the Gold Cup, the United States winger is on David Beckham's transfer wishlist.
The New Zealand-born United States winger Tyler Boyd has caught all the attention with his performances and quality during the current CONCACAF Gold Cup, with teams like Turkish club Besiktas being the first to raise their interest in Boyd; however, they're not the only ones.
David Beckham's Inter Miami, according to MLS sources, have been in discussions to sign Boyd, although as reported by The Athletic, several MLS team have put discovery claims on him, with Miami as the front runner of the list, but reports from Turkey mention Besiktas' interest in signing the player for around 2 million dollars.
TYLER BOYD! 🇺🇸— FOX Soccer (@FOXSoccer) June 19, 2019
He scores his first-ever goal for the USMNT and puts the USA up by ✌️ pic.twitter.com/I0Zcietspa
The 24-year-old US international is under contract with Portuguese team Vitoria Guimaraes but last season was on loan with Turkish side Ankaragücü, where he scored six goals in 14 games.
Boyd has shown his scoring instinct, his ability to create chances around the box and his runs behind the back line, making him a key figure for the USMNT during the Gold Cup.
For now, his future is up in the air, and will probably be decided once the summer tournament is over, when he expects to go back to Portugal to sort things out, with his agent already insisting that Boyd wants to play for Besiktas, which makes the Turkish club one step ahead of Beckham's team.