David Beckham 'dreams' of signing Sergio Ramos for Inter Miami with Real Madrid star out of contract at end of season

DAVID BECKHAM 'dreams' of signing Real Madrid star Sergio Ramos for LA Galaxy – with the Spain legend's contract due to end in May.

Becks has had a mixed first season with Inter Miami this campaign, and knows he needs an injection of world-class talent to take the Florida club to the next level in the MLS.


He has already got Juventus duo Gonzalo Higuain and Blaise Matuidi.

Becks hopes to link up former Real team-mates striker Higuain and France World Cup-winning midfielder Matuidi with Ramos in south Florida, according to Madrid newspaper AS, who say the Inter Miami owner 'dreams' of signing his old team-mate.

The former Manchester United legend, who played with Ramos at the Bernabeu from 2005-2007, has indicated he will make a move for the defender in the summer.

Ramos, 34, will be available in May when his contract ends but can sign a pre-contract deal in January with clubs from outside Spain.

And he has previously indicated he could be ready for one last move outside LaLiga.

Los Blancos have offered him a new two-year contract which goes against their policy of offering players over 30 more than a one-year deal.

But Ramos is a club legend, winning four Champions League titles and five LaLiga crowns – and wants a longer deal.

Becks, 45, will use his friendship with Ramos to convince the defensive stalwart to move across the Big Pond, say AS.

Ramos regularly holidays in Florida, and in Miami there is a large Spanish-speaking community.

The prospect of moving his four children to the USA, where they would continue their schooling, is a big attraction.

Becks needs an injection of class at Inter Miami.

The side are third from bottom in the table.

They need to beat Cincinnati tomorrow to have an outside chance of qualifying for the end of season play-offs.

Higuain and Matuidi have struggled for form since moving in the early autumn.

Bu the prospect of Ramos joining for next season could make the new club a force to be reckoned with.

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