David Beckham wishes for the Manchester United superstar Cristiano Ronaldo to join Inter Miami

    - Advertisement -

    Cristiano Ronaldo isn’t happy with Manchester United and is likely to leave the Premier League club in January. 

    There are many teams that were connected with the Portuguese star last summer, however, his final decision was to remain with the Red Devils. After several substitutions, rumors resurfaced about a possible goal for Cristiano.

    According to a recent report from journalist Pedro Almeida, David Beckham recently had direct contact with Cristiano Ronaldo, specifically to persuade him to join MLS and Inter Miami in 2023.

    - Advertisement -

    Is the Portuguese legend Cristiano Ronaldo willing to join MLS?

    The Portugal captain’s hopes are still to stay in Europe, with Paris Saint-Germain said to be an option next summer, but only if their own megastar Lionel Messi packs his bag. Ronaldo, however, hopes to use this year’s World Cup, which will be held in Qatar from 20 November to 18 December, to showcase his talents to clubs competing in the Champions League. He is hoping to transfer in January.

    But Inter will soon lose Argentinian striker Gonzalo Higuain after announcing his retirement this week, so the glamorous glamorous life in Miami will tempt him to leave his home country sooner than expected. There is a possibility. The MLS team is managed by former United utility man Phil Neville.

    Beckham has long been keen on Leo Messi, but the Argentinian’s potential return to Barcelona in the summer would complicate that move.

    - Advertisement -

    Beckham has made no secret of his desire to bring players like Ronaldo and Messi to Miami, hoping the Florida lifestyle will persuade the two football powerhouses to turn Europe into the United States. “To be honest, it’s not a difficult pitch,” told the former Red Devils to ESPN. “You just say ‘Miami’ and they’re like, ‘okay!'”

    Read More: Lionel Messi to join Paul Pogba and Ronaldinho as trio stars for the trailer for Pepsi’s new campaign ahead of World Cup 2022

    - Advertisement -

    Get in Touch


    Please enter your comment!
    Please enter your name here

    Latest Posts