Cesc Fabregas hands David Beckham’s Inter Miami transfer boost after admitting he ‘likes the idea’ of finishing career in MLS
- Cesc Fabregas has spoken out on where he could see his football career going
- The midfielder held a Q&A on social media for fans to quiz him during lockdown
- After being asked if he would move to MLS Fabregas did not shut the door
- David Beckham’s Inter Miami are known admirers of the veteran playmaker
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Former Chelsea and Arsenal star Cesc Fabregas has fanned the flames regarding a potential MLS transfer, with David Beckham’s newly formed Inter Miami on standby.
Fabregas, 32, took time out during coronavirus lockdown to answer a series of questions from fans on social media, and it was only a matter of time before transfer speculation came up.
Fabregas, currently in the French top flight with Monaco, did not pour cold water on talk of him finishing his career in America, as links with Miami continue to gather pace.
Midfielder Cesc Fabregas has fanned the flames regarding a potential MLS transfer
After being asked ‘Would you ever consider a move to the USA’, Fabregas was rather frank with his response.
‘Time will tell,’ wrote the Spaniard, ‘I like the idea one day in a few years maybe.’
Inter Miami are expected to make big waves in the upcoming transfer window, after recently being accepted into MLS ranks as the latest franchise.
David Beckham has big plans for Inter Miami and wants to attract some big European names
Already speculation has linked Real Madrid ace Luka Modric to Miami, while the club are also hopeful of swaying David Silva who is set to leave Manchester City at the end of the season.
The outbreak of coronavirus curtailed the start of Inter Miami’s MLS journey, with Beckham and his fellow owners now left waiting for their first home fixture.
Beckham’s Inter Miami are one of two new teams included in MLS this season and they have made a slow start, losing both of their opening two games.
They were beaten 1-0 by LAFC and then followed that up with a 2-1 defeat to DC United.
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