- Romeo, son of David Beckham, joins Brentford B in January
- Impresses on short-term loan spell
- Server ties with Inter Miami to continue pro-career in England
WHAT HAPPENED? The 20-year-old right-winger, who is the son of Manchester United legend David Beckham, has earned himself a permanent deal after impressing during a six-month spell with the Bees’ B team last season.
THE BIGGER PICTURE: The youngster joined on loan in January from Beckham-owned Inter Miami. He scored his first goal for Brentford's second string in February and seems to have done enough to convince them to hand him a permanent contract. It is understood the Londoners will pay a small compensation fee to his parent club Miami to secure his services on permanent-basis.
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WHAT NEXT FOR ROMEO BECKHAM? The 20-year-old winger will spend the 2023-24 campaign playing for Brentford's B team, where he will continue his progress as he looks to catch the eye of first-team manager Thomas Frank.