Atletico Madrid star Antoine Griezmann has expressed his desire to play for David Beckham's MLS expansion club on multiple occasions during the past few months, and Beckham is certainly open to bringing the World Cup winner to South Florida.
Beckham's team, Inter Miami, won voter approval on Tuesday night to move forward with plans to build a soccer-specific stadium. Afterwards the global icon touched on several topics regarding his MLS franchise, including Griezmann's repeated interest in playing in Miami.
"It's always nice to have great players want to come and play for our team," Beckham told ESPN FC. "He's such a great player. I'm a fan of his, he's a fan of mine, so maybe one day he will be gracing the building in Miami and that's what we want."
Griezmann is apparently not the only player who is captivated by the allure of the South Florida sunshine and glamour. Beckham added that players from across the globe continue to reach out to him to ask questions and share their hopes of suiting up for Inter Miami.
"Of course I have had a lot of players contacting me and not just because they want to play for the team," said Beckham. "They want to live in a great city, they want to live in a city that is vibrant, that is exciting, that really wants to be something and already is something. That's exciting for people."