David Beckham pays visit to Tottenham stadium to learn from Jose Mourinho

David Beckham pays visit to Tottenham stadium to learn from Jose Mourinho

- David Beckham has visited Jose Mourinho at Tottenham

- The Englishman also met some players who took him around

- Beckham is the owner of MLS club Inter Miami

Former England international David Beckham has paid Tottenham manager Jose Mourinho a visit to learn some managerial skills from the Portuguese football manager.

The former Manchester United and Real Madrid star is currently the owner of American side Inter Miami which is the club he bought two years ago.

Sadly for David Beckham, his club's first game in the MLS was a 1-0 defeat against Los Angeles in which former Arsenal star Carlos Vela netted the winner.

David Beckham is now planning to achieve success at Inter Miami with a new stadium and state-of-the-art training complex being built for the club to use.

And to help him in achieving all these, David Beckham decided to visit Jose Mourinho at Spurs in trip sponsored by AIA.

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AIA are currently sponsoring Tottenham in which David Beckham is their ambassador.

“I try to know. I think sometimes you have to delay a little bit but when they go, they go absolutely ready.

“I think it’s more difficult to cope with the social pressure than the football pressure, that’s the toughest part,'' Jose Mourinho explained according to the report on UK Mirror.

“To have an environment like this is incredible for players," David Beckham explained.

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Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi have been encouraged to draw the curtain down on their trophy-laden career at David Beckham's MLS side Inter Miami.

The Argentine and Portuguese are considered the most powerful footies on the planet with their greatness justified with eleven Ballon d'Or shared between them in the course of their enviable career.

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At 35, Ronaldo is proving his dominance in Serie A while Messi is also on another blockbuster run in Spain, with the Argentine recently bagging four goals in 5-0 demolition of Eibar.

Minnesota United manager Adrian Heath has now reckoned that Beckham may lure the two powerful footies to Inter Miami because the club would shake things up in MLS.

Speaking with UK Mirror, Heath suggested that bringing Ronaldo and Messi to play in MLS would boost the league's profile, and it is only Beckam's club a potential destination.

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