With Inter Miami owner David Beckham putting the final pieces together for his club's launch in 2020, he is believed to be eyeing a big reunion with his former Real Madrid teammate Zinedine Zidane.
The Englishman's Major League Soccer franchise will officially launch in two years' time, with the team’s name and crest having already been finalised.
Inter Miami have already been linked with superstars such as Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo, who would both help market the new club.
Beckham is said to have big ambitions for the franchise, but it is not just high-profile players the Manchester United legend is after.
According to the Daily Mirror, the Englishman is said to be looking at the possibility of luring his former Los Blancos colleague Zidane to the US as a manager.
The pair once shared a changing room at one of the world's biggest clubs, where they developed a good relationship.
However, Zidane recently said he will return to coaching soon, which might hurt Beckham's chances of convincing the Frenchman to be Inter Miami's first official manager.
Zidane enjoyed two and a half incredibly successful years as Real boss, winning nine trophies, including three consecutive UEFA Champions League titles.
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