Superstar Lionel Messi recently hinted that he could end up at David Beckham’s MLS team in future, and now he and Cristiano Ronaldo have been tipped to one day to move to the Manchester United legend’s team.
Adrian Heath, who currently manages Minnesota United in the United States of America, has tipped the two superstars to consider a move to Beckham’s franchise one day, saying it is an attractive opportunity for players.
"David was a great ambassador, nobody can ever dispute that," he told talkSPORT.
"Now he's on the other side, he doesn't need any advice from me. But the more people he gets around him, the better it will be. It is very challenging and you do need people with experience who have been through that.
"If you look at David's ownership group, they are very wealthy guys - four billionaires. They aren't going to come in and sit idly by while Atlanta and Toronto pay and play powerhouses.
"I don't think they're coming here to make up the numbers, I know for a fact they're not going to be.
"I wouldn't be surprised if the two in Spain - Messi and Ronaldo - if one of them didn't end up with David in a couple of years.
"It's also a very attractive place for South Americans and they will be playing in a brand new stadium downtown. I certainly don't think he'll have a problem with his name."
Messi has a contract at FC Barcelona until 2021, while Ronaldo’s current deal at Real Madrid also expires in the same year.
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