David Beckham ‘dreams of bringing Sergio Ramos to Inter Miami’ to reunite with Lionel Messi after the former Real Madrid captain revealed his dream of playing in MLS before retiring.

SERGIO RAMOS could be set to reunite with David Beckham at Inter Miami after reportedly revealing his dream to play in the MLS before he retires.

Spanish outlet AS claim Real Madrid are hoping to extend their captain’s 15-year stay at the club with a one-year extension.

Real Madrid legend Sergio Ramos could realise his dream to play in the MLS at David Beckham’s Inter MiamiCredit: Instagram

The centre back, who will be entering the final year of his contract at the Bernabeu next month, still has ambitions to overhaul Raul’s record 741 appearances in white and isn’t far off on 640.

The 34-year-old remains an automatic starter in Zinedine Zidane’s side and an extension until 2022 would take him beyond his 36th birthday.

But it remains to be seen whether Ramos will prolong his stay in Madrid following his ambition to play in the MLS before he retires and goes into coaching.

AS report that the Spaniard would be a major coup for Beckham’s Inter Miami outfit as the marquee signing would attract fans to the fledging club.

The pair remain close friends from the two seasons they spent as teammates at Madrid before the England midfielder’s departure to LA Galaxy.

Ramos had Beckham as one of the guests at his wedding last summer while he even fled to Miami on holiday following Spain’s exit at the 2018 World Cup.

He has netted seven goals in 34 games for Real in all competitions so far this season and has lifted four Champions Leagues and LaLiga titles apiece during a glittering trophy spell at the club.

Ramos’ signing for Inter Miami would represent a huge boost to the club that suffered back-to-back league defeats against DC United and Los Angeles FC before the MLS was KO’d by coronavirus.

The fledgling club has been linked with experienced stars such as Edison Cavani, Luis Suarez and Cesc Fabregas.

Beckham has also tried to convince James Rodriquez to reinvent his career Stateside, while previously insisting the brand new team is the perfect place for superstars as big as Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi.

Gareth Bale has even flirted with the idea of a move to the US, after hailing the growth of football in America.