At the age of 19, Romeo Beckham, son of the legendary player David Beckham, signed his first professional contract with Fort Lauderdale, an affiliate of Inter Miami of the MLS, which is owned by his father.
A new Beckham will be seen again on the playing fields, as Romeo , son of the popular and retired David Beckham, signed his first professional contract with a football team.
The Fort Lauderdale is the square in which the player of 19 years will begin his journey as a player. A team that competes in the USL League One , the third category of American football.
Curiously, the club mentioned is the subsidiary team of Inter Miami , a team that was founded in 2018 and has competed in MLS since last season, in addition to being owned by David Beckham himself, who has not been separated from the pitch.
The 19-year-old will be part of the squad and will be available for the next game this Saturday against Chattanooga Red Wolves SC, at 20:30. The cast is active in the USL League One, which is positioned as a third-level league in the United States, behind the USL Championship and Major League Soccer.
The curious thing about Beckham’s signature is that he will share a dressing room with Phil Neville’s son . Harvey made inferiors at Manchester United , but his dad signed him up with the Florida cast to try his luck. The team, Fort Lauderdale, is four with 25 points in 20 PJ, eight behind the leader, who is his rival on duty.
Romeo made the news through his social networks, with a post on Instagram under the caption “Follow your dreams.” Among the congratulatory comments was that of his mother, Victoria, with a message shared with David: “We are proud of you.”
In the North American press they define him as a versatile player, with a lot of quality but without the insight that he will gain as the matches go by. Anyway, they have it as a promise with a lot of future ahead. It will be a matter of time for it to soak up the competition.