David Beckham's MLS team crest has potentially been leaked

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Former England captain David Beckham has been pushing hard for his Major League Soccer team to come to fruition in Miami for some time now.

The journey has been met by a number of obstacles, such as questions over where the team's stadium would be situated, however, things seem to be coming together for Beckham and his dream team.

That's because, not only has there been a new location proposal for the stadium, it would appear that the club's name, colours and crest have been decided, or at least if you want to believe the leaked images that is.

Reports in the Miami Herald claim that the new club will be known as 'Internacional Club de Futbol Miami' and the crest follows a Miami Vice inspired colour scheme too.

It's also been reported that the crest has been submitted to the US Trademark and Patent Office by the company which also filed trademarks linked to Beckham's ownership group, Miami Beckham United.

If these claims are correct and the leaked images are official, then it could mean we're even closer to Beckham's MLS team becoming a reality.

The new crest design features '2020' in Roman numerals, which is believed to represent the year which it is expected for the team to enter MLS.

The crest also features two birded animals back-to-back with their legs positioned in a way to show the letter M.

See the leaked crest below.

Pretty nice, huh?

It goes without question that the leaked design is going down a storm across social media with football fans, especially those from the city itself.

So far, fans are calling the crest 'Pretty in pink!' and are even wondering if this could be a preview into possible kit colours for the team.

Beckham's dream may have just moved one step closer to fruition.

David Beckham
England Football

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