- Inter Miami held their first training in their new training complex
- It was a dream move for David Beckham who already spent £50 million on the new facility
- Inter Miami will make their dream debut in the Major League Soccer in 2020
For David Beckham, dreams really come true after his club Inter Miami held their first training session at their new complex ahead of dream debut in Major League Soccer.
Although the 50,000 square foot sports complex worth £50m is still under construction, Inter Miami players held their first training after moving from their temporary site.
The video of their first training was shared on the club's official Twitter page more to the joy of their owners who have been trying to put things together ahead of the much-anticipated debut.
Inter Miami will spend two years playing at the 18,000-capacity Lockhart Stadium before it is completely transformed into a training centre.
They will then move to their permanent site Miami's Freedom Park in 2022 after it has been fully constructed.
The club is owned by former Man United and Real Madrid star turned business mogul Beckham of which Jorge Mas also has a lion stake.
The club has signed a couple of star including Lewis Morgan, Roman Torres and midfielder Matias Pellegrini.
Interestingly, they will hope to land PSG forward Edinson Cavani in the future after failing to land him in the last summer transfer window.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had reported that Paris Saint Germain star Neymar Jr seems to have chosen the club he will hand his boots after agreeing to join David Beckham's Inter Miami in the next ten years.
The Brazilian attacker who remains the world's most expensive player recently turned 28, and he celebrated the special day with friends and family around.
PSG the forward in a sensational move from Barcelona in 2017, and he has been phenomenal for the Parisians since then.
Although, there are different sources claiming he wants out of the club owing to their failure in Europe since his arrival three years back.
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