Brooklyn Beckham is reportedly ready to out pen to paper with Manchester United, following the same path of his father.
After training with Chelsea and Queens Park Rangers, Brooklyn was invited to train with Manchester United. He has impressed a lot whilst training at Carrington however still needs to impress a bit more to seal the deal.
He was coached by two of former his father's team-mates: Paul Scholes and Nicky Butt.
If he is given a contract, he will emulate his father David, he also signed on with the Manchester club aged 14.
A source said 'It was a chance for him to impress and if he’s done well then no doubt the club will look at taking him on.'
It is no secret Brooklyn has talent. He was part of the LA Galaxy youth set up whilst David played there and training with the PSG youth squad too.
David Beckham was part of the 1992 FA Youth Cup winning side, along side the Neville Brothers, Paul Scholes and Nicky Butt. The era he grew up in was legendary for the players they produced and all became key players in the next decade. Ryan Giggs was part of the era too.
Romeo Beckham aged 12, another of David's sons, has also been training with the Arsenal youth set up.
You can back Brooklyn at 12/1 to play for England in the future and if he puts pen to paper with Manchester United, will likely be cut shorter.
Brooklyn has already made his 'debut' at Old Trafford, as he scored into an empty net after United's last game of the season when two years old.
Whether he will be signed by the club his father won six league titles, one European and the FA Cup twice, it is likely it will not be the last time we hear of the star.
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