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David Beckham's Inter Miami have made their first signing ahead of their MLS debut in 2020, having agreed a deal for exciting Argentine youngster Julian Carranza.
The 19-year old, who plays for Banfield, will remain on loan in Argentina until things are officially up and running in Miami.
According to TyC Sports, Carranza will join for a fee of $6 million (£4.71 million) along with added bonuses and a 10 per cent sell-on clause being inserted into the contract.
Having announced in 2014 that he intended to buy an MLS franchise, Beckham's club were given a name and official club crest in September 2018.
And the former England skipper is already aiming high with his transfer targets. Earlier this month it emerged that Beckham made a proposal for Barcelona striker Luis Suarez to join his MLS franchise as a marquee signing.
David Beckham wants to sign Luis Suárez for his MLS team, Inter Miami. He has made a proposal for the Uruguayan to join next year. As of right now, Suárez has not said no. The offer is for four years and the figures are more than interesting. [cat radio] pic.twitter.com/Gl9kATj4xh- barcacentre (@barcacentre) June 3, 2019
A four-year offer and a sizeable salary is on the table for the Uruguayan but according to Catalunya Radio the former Liverpool striker has rejected the offer as he's not keen on making the move just yet.
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