David Beckham has reportedly pumped more millions into his MLS franchise Inter Miami, and is targeting moves for current and former Premier League players.
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The 45-year-old, who is believed to have signed a £10 million (R204 million) sponsorship deal with Qatar to become the face of the country's 2022 FIFA World Cup campaign, is seemingly getting more involved in the day-to-day dealings at the club he partly owns in Miami.
Earlier this year, he was the main driving force behind replacing head coach Diego Alonso with his former Manchester United teammate Phil Neville.
According to The Sun, Beckham has now decided to invest another £11.2 million (R225 million) in order to increase his stake in the MLS franchise. In addition, Miami are said to be after certain current and former Premier League players.
It is claimed that Beckham and Neville have identified former Arsenal fullback Kieran Gibbs, who is now on the books of West Bromwich Albion, as a player they would like to sign.
The 31-year-old's current contract expires at the end of this campaign, and the Baggies are understood to be keen to get him off their wage bill.
Meanwhile, Stoke City defender Ryan Shawcross, who has made 317 Premier League appearances but currently plays in the Championship, will reportedly join the MLS side this week.
Former Chelsea winger Alexandre Pato has reportedly also been offered to Beckham and company. However, it remains to be seen whether or not Miami will go after the Brazilian attacker.