David Beckham’s son, Romeo Beckham, has signed with Premier League club Brentford on loan for the rest of the season. The club reports this on its website.
And the club wrote that the 20-year-old would become part of the club’s B team. He has been training with the team lately.
In recent years, Romeo has played for MLS second team Inter Miami, which is owned by his most famous father, David.
On Brentford’s website, Romeo is described as a good technical and builder who can play in several attacking positions.
Father David was a top player for several years. He played for Manchester United, Real Madrid, LA Galaxy, AC Milan and Paris Saint-Germain. He was known for his deadly accurate right foot.
He was also captain of the England national team for several years, and marked in over 100 caps.
He recently received heavy criticism for being an ambassador for the World Cup in Qatar.
The 47-year-old has four children with Spice Girls star Victoria Beckham. Romeo is the second oldest, Brooklyn is the oldest, Cruz is the second youngest, while the only girl, Harper, is the youngest.
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