Romeo Beckham turns professional after signing for Fort Lauderdale

Romeo Beckham turns professional after signing for Fort Lauderdale

Like father, like son! Romeo Beckham follows in the footsteps of his dad David by signing a professional football contract with Inter Miami’s reserve team Fort Lauderdale

  • David Beckham’s son Romeo turned professional in football earlier this week
  • He signed for Fort Lauderdale, which is the reserve team of Inter Miami 
  • Romeo could make his debut this weekend against Chattanooga Red Wolves SC

Romeo Beckham has followed in the steps of his dad David after signing his first professional contract this week. 

The 19-year-old joined USL League One side Fort Lauderdale – the reserve team of MLS side Inter Miami which is owned by David.

After joining his new team, Romeo took it to Instagram to reveal the news and captioned it ‘follow your dreams’. 

David Beckham’s son, Romeo, has turned professional after joining Fort Lauderdale in the USA

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His mum Victoria showed her delight as she commented ‘ We are so proud of you Romeo x’. 

Romeo has been training with both Inter Miami and Fort Lauderdale for the last few weeks. 

He is a versatile player who can play in both defence and attack. 

Fort Lauderdale are the reserve team of MLS side Inter Miami, which is owned by David (above)

According to Miami Total Futbol, he could make his debut for the club against Chattanooga Red Wolves SC this weekend. 

Fort Lauderdale have won seven games in 20 so far this season. 

Romeo will link-up with the son of Phil Neville, Harvey, who left Manchester United’s academy earlier this year. 

Speaking earlier this year about his son’s decision to leave the Red Devils, Neville said: ‘It was his decision to leave Manchester United and every move he’s made has been like that.

‘He has taken some brave moves in his career, he came out to do some training and to see his dad and really enjoyed it.’ 




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