LeBron James is being wooed by David Beckham

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LeBron James could be about to add his star power to David Beckham's potential Miami MLS franchise.

The NBA star has had a hugely successful basketball career so far, winning four league MVP's and two league titles.

But now it seems he will be moving into the investor side of sports as well, with Beckham already attempting to lure him into investing his money in the English man's fantasy franchise.

A source told the New York Post that Beckham and LeBron have already met up up several times.

"The two have had several secret meetings in the past few weeks. LeBron would be to the soccer team what Jay Z was to the Brooklyn Nets," Toronto Sun reported. 

Beckham played five years for Los Angeles Galaxy in the MLS following a glittering career in Europe with Manchester United and Real Madrid.

He finished his career with La Galaxy as an MLS champion in 2012, and he also spent time on-loan at PSG and AC Milan.

Now Beckham is firmly retired, he is looking to the future, with his dream Miami franchise set to play in a new 25,000 super stadium.  

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