Beckham's Inter Miami out to lure Cristiano Ronaldo to MLS - rumour has it

It is being reported that David Beckham is in talks with Cristiano Ronaldo about finishing his playing career in MLS with Inter Miami.

Beckham's Inter Miami out to lure Cristiano Ronaldo to MLS - rumour has it

David Beckham's Inter Miami are reportedly out to lure Juventus and Portugal star Cristiano Ronaldo to Major League Soccer.

Ronaldo, 36, is under contract at Juve until 2022, but his next move is seemingly already a discussion point.

And MLS could suit nicely if Beckham has his way.


Beckham is speaking to Ronaldo's representatives about a move to Miami, according to

The Portuguese is understood to be interested by the challenge of joining the club in the US.

The financial contract would be massive for Ronaldo but he may potentially make the move next January, lowering the transfer fee, given the MLS runs from March to December.

Lionel Messi was reportedly previously sounded out about a possible US switch.


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