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Neymar has already agreed to join David Beckham's Inter Miami, although the world's most expensive ever player won't be moving to the MLS for another 10 years.
Beckham is the owner of the MLS' newest team, who kick off their first season in the league against LAFC on March 1st, and the club have been linked with some big names in the past, like Edinson Cavani, David Silva and Antoine Griezmann.
Speaking to YouTube channel Otro the former Manchester United winger bagged his first huge deal as an owner, getting Neymar to agree to a move.
Chatting to the Brazilian, Becks said, "I'm going to get you to sign a piece of paper after. A blank piece of paper. It's going to be a contract for Miami, for ten years' time. We're not going to pay much."
With the 28-year-old accepting the offer, saying, "Deal. Deal. I was the one who asked to play for his team. I want to. I told him already. I told him I will play there one day."
The former Barcelona man has been linked with a move away from France for most of the time he's been there, since signing for the Paris side in 2017.
He became the most expensive player ever, costing £198 million, and it's highly unlikely Miami, or most teams, could afford to buy him at the moment.
Barca tried in the summer but couldn't agree a deal with the club, despite the player clearly being desperate to return to the Camp Nou.
Miami are yet to sign any big names and have only signed one Designated Player, the rule which allows clubs to sign up to three players outside of the wage limit, with 19-year-old Matias Pellegrini signing from Estudiantes.
'Managing owner' Jorge Mas recently explained the lack of big name signings up to now, saying, "We are still building the team.
"You will see five or six players incorporated into the team in the coming weeks. We are less interested in the name of these players, but more so in their character."
With the summer transfer window in Europe could come a second chance for Miami to sign some massive names in their first season as a team.
Right now Neymar isn't likely to join Beckham's side but don't be surprised if it happens sometime in the future, possibly even before the 10 years.