David Beckham’s Son, Romeo Beckham, is set to stay at Brenford B for one more year as he pens down a one-year contract with the club.
The son of the English football legend and Inter Miami owner, David Beckham, will now stay with the Bees’ reserve team for one more season till 2024.
There is a one-year contract extension clause attached to the deal which could see the youngster extend his stay at the club till 2025 if activated next year.
Romeo Beckham is leveraging on his Dad’s ladder stick to craft a career for himself in football.
He began making inroads into his virgin football career, playing for Inter Miami reserve team, owned by his father, Beckham.
He made 20 appearances for the club in 2022 with 10 assists before being loaned to Brenford B, where he spent the rest of the season.
He has played 15 times for the club and has become an integral part of the Bees’ reserve team. Romeo is now tied down at the club with the one-year contract with Brentford B manager, MacFarlane confirming he wanted to keep Romeo.
”We look forward to working with Romeo next season. He is such a great player.” MacFarlane said.
Romeo Beckham seems to be getting ahead with his budding football career but he seems to be struggling to make inroads into his budding career unlike his Dad.
The stars were already lining up for David Beckham during his teens as he pursued a career in football.
At 20, David Beckham had made huge career gains in his career. He was one of the brightest and promising teenage stars in Manchester United Academy.
After a year with Manchester United youth, David Beckham made a huge leap in his football career breaking into Manchester United first team.
The England football magnate inked his name into Manchester United’s list of legends after he made 265 appearances for the club, scoring 62 goals before taking up his game to some of the biggest clubs in Europe.
David Beckham was at the peak of his career at 20, playing elite football in England.
Brentford B was established in 2016 and are yet to be incorporated into any English league but they do enter into cup competitions and also play friendly matches.
Romeo Beckham scored his first Brenford B goal and by extension first goal in England against Wealdstone.
After coming on in the last 15 minutes of the game, Romeo Beckham produced a stunning display for Brentford B, scoring the winning goal in the match.
TalkSport reports Brenford manager, Thomas Frank, has debunked reports Romeo leveraged on his Dad’s influence to drive back his fledgling football career to England. Thomas Frank has reportedly insisted ‘Romeo Beckham has arrived in England for a reason’ not through ulterior means as thought.
With the one-year contract extension, the youngster will hope to further shape up his career for elite football.