Man Utd legend David Beckham's son Romeo training with Brentford's B-team as he makes bid for Premier League stardom | The Sun

DAVID BECKHAM'S son Romeo has been training with Brentford's B-team.

The 20-year-old is still under contract at Inter Miami – co-owned by his father David.

But according to The Times, the son of a legend has made a surprise move to take his training to England.

It is unclear how long he has been in Brentford's camp or for what amount of time he will remain there.

The move comes 19 years after his dad left the Premier League and Manchester United for Real Madrid.

Romeo was once on Arsenal's books alongside brothers Brooklyn and Cruz but was released in 2014.


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The forward turned his attention to tennis after being let go by the Gunners and even trained with Andy Murray.

But after a five year absence, Romeo returned to his footballing rootsand in 2021 signed for his dad's MLS side.

The prospect footballer was signed to Fort Lauderdale CF – renamed Inter Miami II in 2022 – dad David's reserve affiliate team.

He even played alongside Phil Neville's son Harvey during his professional debut for the side.

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The pair are one of eight sons of United players who are trying to follow in their fathers' superstar footsteps.

This January 2022, Romeo made his non-competitive senior debut for Inter Miami during a 4–0 pre-season win against Club Universitario de Deportes.

Romeo also came off the bench in a pre-season friendly against Barcelona in July.

Proving the ability to bend one like Beckham follows in the family, the winger in July scored an amazing free kick.

This year, he has made 26 appearances for Inter Miami's second team, scoring twice and operating largely on the right-wing.

Beckham Sr spent five years in the MLS with LA Galaxy after signing in 2007 from Real Madrid.

He went on to have spells with AC Milan and PSG before retiring in 2013.

Beckham, 47, captained England and made 388 total appearances for United, famously winning the Champions League in 1999.

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