David Beckham spotted in stands to watch Romeo in action for Brentford… but his son doesn't make it off the bench | The Sun

DAVID BECKHAM was in the stands as Brentford B took on Fulham U21s in the semi-final of the Premier League Cup on Thursday.

His son, Romeo, is currently on loan with the Bees' reserve team from Beckham's MLS franchise, Inter Miami.

The Manchester United legend has regularly watched Romeo in action since the move was confirmed in January.

And Beckham was once again in attendance for Thursday's clash at Motspur Park, Fulham's training ground.

Former England captain Becks wore a black jacket and black beanie as he stood watching the match.

Brentford B won the game 2-1 to progress to the final of the Premier League Cup.

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However, Romeo, 20, was an unused substitute in the fixture.

Goals either side of the break from Alex Gilbert and Tristan Crama put the young Bees 2-0 up, before Luke Harris scored a stoppage-time consolation for Fulham.

Brentford first-team regular Kristoffer Ajer featured in the clash for the B team as he continues to recover from an injury.

Neil McFarlane's youngsters will now face Blackburn U21s in the final of the tournament.

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According to The Telegraph, Brentford are keen for Romeo to extend his stay in West London.

The Bees reportedly want him to remain part of the B team set-up.

That could reportedly come in the form of a 12-month loan with an option to buy, or alternatively he could decide to return to the America.

Back in February, Romeo scored a dramatic 93rd minute winner to help Brentford B into the semi-finals of the Middlesex Senior Cup.

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