DAVID BECKHAM returned to Inter Miami admitting there is 'lots of work ahead'.
The Manchester United legend admitted he was grateful to be back in Miami as he prepares for the start of the season.
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The season does not get underway until March but one of Beckham's first tasks is to bring in a new manager.
The Inter Miami owner has held talks with Phil Neville and the England Women's boss is close to taking the job.
Neville is reportedly keen on the opportunity and the MLS side hope to finalise a deal soon.
Inter Miami finished tenth in the 14-team Eastern Conference last season, clinching the final playoffs spot.
Following the season's return from the enforced coronavirus break, the club finished bottom of their 'MLS is back' group, ending their season.
Coach Diego Alonso was sacked by the club this week and this has paved the way for a reunion with former United and England star.
But Beckham is not just focused on appointing a new manager with the owner having his hands full at the club.
The United legend could be forced to change the team's name with the club losing the first round of their legal battle with Inter Milan.
The Italian giants are suing Inter Miami for trademark infringement with Beckham facing issues to resolve off the pitch.
It has also been reported Barcelona icon Lionel Messi is preparing a possible move to the club next summer after buying a luxury apartment on the Florida coast.
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