The Real Madrid superstar David Beckham has his eyes on

Real Madrid, Sergio Ramos (Photo by Fran Santiago/Getty Images)
Real Madrid, Sergio Ramos (Photo by Fran Santiago/Getty Images) /

Former Real Madrid star David Beckham wants to sign a key player from Los Blancos whenever he decides to move on from the club.

Real Madrid and Sergio Ramos are getting close to signing a two-year extension. Despite being 34 years old, Ramos remains as brilliant as ever. He scored his 100th career goal with Real in the Champions League win over Inter Milan, and his leadership as team captain is indispensable, especially in European football.

But Ramos can’t play for Real forever. Clubs around Europe have interest in Ramos, but if Ramos decides to play after he’s no longer able to start for Los Blancos, MLS would be a far more logical option than him playing for a rival European club.

According to a report from Manu de Juan of AS, David Beckham “dreams” of signing Sergio Ramos to Inter Miami.

Beckham always has designs on signing superstar players for his football project in Miami. Some of the options linked to Inter Miami have been incredibly unrealistic, such as Lionel Messi. But others have been a little more reasonable, such as Edinson Cavani, who is now playing a key bench role for Manchester United.

Sergio Ramos to Inter Miami might actually happen one day

Sergio Ramos would be a game-changer for Inter Miami in about two years or so if Ramos had interest. The report from AS outlines several reasons why Miami may be appealing to Ramos, which included taxation and family reasons – so reasons both business and personal.

Madridistas shouldn’t be concerned about Ramos rumors, especially not the ones linking him to Juventus or PSG. Those links don’t make any sense, because it’s another thing entirely to even imagine such a club legend playing for a different club in Europe.

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But MLS? Maybe it could happen. We are still a way’s off from even thinking about Ramos’ future away from Real Madrid, because he is playing at such a high level for Los Merengues. After all, Ramos was Real’s second-leading goal-scorer after Karim Benzema when they won their 34th La Liga title in 2019-2020.