David Beckham tries to bring Colombian to Inter Miami

David Beckham tries to bring Colombian to Inter Miami

Inter Miami, David Beckham’s team that competes in MLS (Major League Soccer) in the United States, is in talks to hire midfielder James Rodriguez. Currently in Al Rayan, Qatar, the Colombian has a great career achievement as the top scorer of the 2014 World Cup.

Inter Miami’s interest in James Rodriguez was reported by the daily “The Sun” in England. According to the publication, Beckham took advantage of a recent South American visit to the United States to make contact and open dialogue. Despite playing just eight months in Qatar, the MLS team’s new target is in favor of a transfer.

James Rodriguez joined Al Ryan in September 2021. He has signed an annual contract worth approximately R$40 million until the middle of 2024. In 15 games so far for the club, he has scored five goals and six goals. Al Rayan is in the 16th round of the Asian Champions League, but only eighth out of 12 teams in the national championship.

The Colombian, who is currently recovering from an injury, has already said he does not plan to stay in Qatar for a long time and has also established clauses in his contract that facilitate his return to Europe . About MLS, nothing was told.

Inter Miami, Beckham’s team, is coached by former English player Phil Neville. The team has two Brazilian players: former midfielder from Bahia and Santos Gregor and Jean Mota. The team’s big star is Argentine striker Gonzalo Higuain, who has a contract until the middle of the year and should not stay. James Rodriguez will record this gap in the cast. The team is ranked 12th out of 14 MLS Eastern Conference teams after ten games.

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James Rodriguez made his debut in Envigado, Colombia and played for Banfield, Porto, Monaco, Real Madrid, Bayern Munich and Everton before Al Ryan. He turns 31 in July.

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