David Beckham’s Inter Miami ‘ready to hijack David Silva’s transfer to New York City’ ahead of Man City exit – The Sun

INTER MIAMI reportedly want to battle it out with New York City FC for David Silva this summer.

The 34-year-old is set to leave Manchester City when his contract expires at the end of the season.

Silva has been heavily tipped to continue his career in America with a Major League Soccer side.

He has been linked to New York, but the Mirror claim Inter Miami want to hijack the move.

David Beckham's new MLS franchise are reportedly keen to change Silva's mind ahead of his summer switch.

Inter Miami are willing to make the 125-cap Spain international one of the highest-paid players in the league.

It is understood that Becks is a huge admirer of the Spanish ace – who has been with City since 2010.

Beckham's new club are in desperate need of reinforcements after losing their first two games in their debut season.

Silva has showed no signs of slowing down in the Premier League this season after scoring three goals and making seven assists in 19 appearances.

Reports fuelled speculation that Beckham has set his sights on Silva after it was revealed that he is working on a deal for a high-profile European-based player to join his new side

Inter Miami have also been to make a sensational move for Edinson Cavani at the end of the season.

SunSport exclusively revealed the MLS newbies are interested in signing Silva's City team-mate Sergio Aguero.






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