It’s a pleasure to play for David Beckham’s club. This is what you can think of when you look at the conditions in which Inter Miami players train. Few people can boast of such a training center. The Englishman invested huge amounts of money in it. He showed the results on social media. The complex makes a spectacular impression.
This is how you train with David Beckham. The Inter Miami center commands respect
Located in Florida, the facility features six natural turf courts, a state-of-the-art gym, locker room, training room, swimming pool, hot tubs, ice baths and a fully equipped kitchen. The training center is home to all Inter Miami teams, from the youth U13 team to the first team that plays on a daily basis in the MLS league. You can admire the resort by watching the video below.
Inter Miami has only been operating since 2020. He just started his fourth MLS season. He already shows that he has high aspirations, as evidenced by the money invested in him. The construction of the resort cost as much as 60 million dollars. For comparison, a similar facility owned by Premier League leaders Arsenal cost three times less.
Big plans of Beckham and Inter Miami. He wants great players
David Beckham’s project is also expected to attract big names. Gonzalo Higuain is the most famous player for Inter Miami. However, the Argentine ended his career last season. In his place, the club brought in Venezuelan striker Josef Martinez from Atlanta United. The 29-year-old is one of the most decorated players in MLS history and the former top scorer in 2018.
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Inter, however, are counting on top players. Sergio Busquets is to join him next season, unless FC Barcelona persuades him to stay. Besides, Beckham is counting on the arrival of Lionel Messi. Had he been brought in, it would have been an incredible event in the history of North American football, comparable only to Pele’s transfer to the New York Cosmos in 1975, or Beckham’s transfer from Real Madrid to Los Angeles Galaxy in 2007.