David Beckham seems determined to put his new MLS franchise on the radar, and he will go the last mile to see two of La Liga's biggest names joining his team before the 2020 season begins.
The English superstar and football icon around the globe has dealt with a number of issues while bringing Inter Miami to life, and following the report about Edinson Cavani being set to join the club next summer, Beckham's efforts to bring talent to the U.S. have seen him knocking on Lionel Messi's door.
While it seems like a long shot, Messi's deal with Barcelona ends in 2020, and Beckham would be keen to offer him a lucrative deal in the North American league if he decides to leave Los Blaugranas, according to a report by Catalunya Radio.
Barcelona is aware of Beckham's interest in their all-time top scorer, but after a meeting between team president Josep María Bartomeu and Messi, the player's future does not seem to be in doubt.
But the massive surprises don't end there for football fans in Miami, as David Beckham is waiting for any developments to offer none other than Zinedine Zidane the coaching spot of his new franchise. The French tactician has been facing massive backlash due to his poor start of the season with Los Blancos, and in case he is out of a job by December, Beckham would not hesitate in trying to have him around.
Both icons have a wonderful relationship since their Galáctico sense, and this move would make more sense than the one linking Messi to the MLS.