David Beckham ‘proud’ of son Romeo after he earns Premier League switch
David Beckham is “proud” of his son Romeo after he earned a move to Premier League side Brentford.
Romeo, 20, has joined Brentford B on loan from MLS club Inter Miami for the remainder of the season. The right-midfielder has trained with the Bees since the end of the 2022 MLS Next Pro season, where Inter Miami’s reserve side plays.
But he impressed enough to earn a short-term move to the English top flight – which marks a significant step up from playing for his dad’s club. And the Manchester United legend was full of praise on social media following the announcement on Friday.
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David took to Instagram to share a picture of himself and Romeo holding up a Brentford shirt in front of the club’s performance centre.
He captioned it: "Exciting start to the year. Now the hard work and fun begins. Proud of you mate @romeobeckham."
Brentford B head coach Neil MacFarlane also lauded the youngster by highlighting his technical ability and crossing – something which his father was famous for at United, Real Madrid and AC Milan.
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MacFarlane said: "We’ve been absolutely delighted with Romeo since he arrived with us. He came to us from Inter Miami with the aim of working with us during their close season.
"Romeo has applied himself unbelievably well, he’s really bought into the culture and the group which he has become a big part of.
“I love his standards and the way he conducts himself on and off the pitch. He’s been able to get fitter and fitter during his time with us and it leaves him in a good place to now step forward having joined us on loan.
"He is very technical, and he is somebody who can shift the ball quickly and cross. He is also a really good finisher and he has the ability to play a number of positions for us, which is also pleasing."
Romeo and his brothers Brooklyn and Cruz were once all on Arsenal’s books. The midfielder was released in 2014, after which he took a five-year absence from the sport.
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