Beckham and Neymar conform to Inter St John ProSoccerTalk deal
David Beckham and Neymar have been talking about an Inter St John transfer for the Brazilian superstar and they’re not shy at all.
That’s because they both admitted it wasn’t going to happen for a long time. The most important thing is that both of you want it to happen. So bookmark this page and share it when Neymar arrives at Inter St John in MLS in 2030.
Becks and Neymar sat down for a lovely chat on a video on YouTube channel Legends on Legends about Otro, and the new MLS page of Beckham and his group of owners entering the league in 2020 has apparently emerged.
“America has a great opportunity because there are many other sports that are number one, two, or three. Football is growing very fast now and I think there is a real chance for America to have great players there. So I’ll get you to sign a piece of paper afterwards. A blank piece of paper. It will be a contract for St John for ten years. We’re not going to pay much, ”Beckham laughed.
Neymar joined the joke, but in a more serious comment he announced that he would like to sign for Inter St John and Beckham just needs to call him to get it going in the future.
“Deal. Deal. I was the one who asked to play for his team. I want to. I already told him. I told him that one day I would play there,” said Neymar. but I think it’s a great opportunity for the country to develop its football. Like I said, I already have my contract with David. I’ll be there in a few years. We’re in it together. He’s my president. “
So that’s sorted then. There’s a little tongue on the cheek in this conversation between Beckham and Neymar, but there’s obviously a connection and this could happen.
Neymar is currently 28 years old so I’m assuming he will be working with Inter St John in less than eight years in MLS.
The Brazilian superstar is sure to be interested in St John’s lifestyle and this transfer makes sense for everyone as long as Inter St John can put together the right financial package to lure Neymar to MLS.
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