Cruz Beckham set for exciting Arsenal future?

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Arsenal have a trio of Beckhams furthering their football educations in the club’s academy and it is not beyond the realms of possibility that Brooklyn, Romeo and Cruz could all go onto careers of note.

Brooklyn is the furthest down the production line at the age of 15 and has featured regularly for the Arsenal under-16s in recent times. Now is an important time for David Beckham’s oldest son and he is soon set to discover if the Gunners will retain him for another year.

Romeo, 12, has also been impressing. The youngster scored in front of his father only this week as the Arsenal under-13s record a 3-2 triumph over their Liverpool counterparts.

Cruz control

But, according to the Daily Mail, it may be that Cruz - the youngest of the three Beckhams - who has the greatest chance to make a real fist at professional football.

A report from Sami Mokbel, who seems to have the inside track on the Beckham boys, claims that those in the know at Arsenal believe that it is 10-year-old Cruz who could mark himself out as the best of the three.

These are exciting times for the Beckham family, not to mention Arsenal supporters and football fans in general, and it would be quite a story if one - or even possibly three - of the boys follow in the footsteps of their illustrious father.

Arsenal future?

But will it be at Arsenal? Well, that will become clear in the coming days. This weekend Arsenal coaches will make their decision on whether or not to crush Brooklyn’s dreams.

Should Brooklyn be released by the Gunners it will be interesting to see if he decides to continue making an attempt to become a footballer. A move to Manchester United, anyone?

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