Manchester United will not offer a contract to the 14-year-old son of David Beckham, according to reports.
Brooklyn Beckham had been training with the Red Devils, sparking wild speculation that he could follow in his father’s footsteps at Old Trafford.
However, reports in The Daily Mail claim that Manchester United will not be offering the teenager a deal to continue his burgeoning career with the Premier League champions.
Beckham Snr spent a decade with the club as a professional under Sir Alex Ferguson, graduating through the youth system to make his debut in 1993.
During an illustrious spell with Manchester United, he won six Premier League titles, two FA Cups and a Champions League, before moving to pastures new in Spain.
Brooklyn would seem to have some of the football genes in him, enjoying a trial at Chelsea in January and also a stint at QPR’s academy alongside Dennis Wise’s son.
The young Beckham also famously 'scored' at Old Trafford as a two-year-old after Manchester United had won the title, but he now appears no closer to repeating the trick in a professional context for David Moyes' side.