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Former Manchester United teammate Nani recently discussed the 35-year-old's desires to play across the pond.
"A couple of years ago, he [Ronaldo] told me that he will probably end up in America," Nani explained to ESPN.
"It's not 100 per cent but probably. There is a chance."
Most new American franchises launch with a marquee signing but Miami have kept things relatively low-key so far.
Despite this, Minnesota United coach Adrian Heath stated earlier this year that Beckham has his eyes on Ronaldo and longtime rival Lionel Messi.
"That would be incredible for football in the USA and if anyone has the global profile to make that dream a reality then it has to be David Beckham," the former Everton forward told The Mirror.
"It may not happen just yet, but I can see Ronaldo following in the footsteps of Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Wayne Rooney, Steven Gerrard and Frank Lampard playing in the MLS.
"For Ronaldo and Messi, the two obvious destinations if they came to the MLS would be Los Angeles and Miami.
"And, with his links to both players and the plan Beckham and his backers have in place, I can really only see them going to Miami."
Another huge signing could be in the form of Manchester City midfielder David Silva.
Silva has confirmed he will be leaving the Etihad at the end of this season after a decade in the Premier League.
Tony Evans of The Independent claimed last year that Silva could be on his way to the MLS - with Beckham keen on acquiring a high-profile Spanish speaking player.
A Premier League man who could make the move stateside is Daniel Sturridge.
Sturridge is currently serving a four month ban from all footballing activity for breaching betting rules.
Goal.com reported back in May that the former Liverpool man is already plotting for a return and a free transfer to Miami could be on the cards.
Beckham could utilise the 'Designated Player Rule' which allows MLS sides to make three signings outside of their salary cap.
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