David Beckham teases Inter Miami fans and ‘welcomes Neymar to Miami’

Inter Miami owner David Beckham shared an Instagram post that momentarily made the soccer world stand still. Beckham, along with his wife Victoria, were hosting Neymar for dinner in Miami.

Beckham chose quite the eye-catching caption as he wrote, “Welcome to Miami my friend (only for dinner).”

David Beckham Neymar post

Xabi Alonso snubs Liverpool and decides to stay in Bundesliga for another season

Bayer Leverkusen boss Xabi Alonso ended speculation of a potential move to one of his former clubs Liverpool or Bayern Munich in the close season when the Spaniard said on Friday that he was committed to staying with the Bundesliga leaders.

Alonso, who has a contract with Leverkusen until 2026, has become the talk of Europe and a reported target for top clubs after leading his team through an unbeaten season while challenging for three trophies.

Sophia Smith’s contract extension set to make her highest paid player in NWSL

The Portland Thorns signed forward Sophia Smith to a two-year contract extension Tuesday, making her the highest paid player in the NWSL, ESPN reported.

While Smith's deal runs through the 2025 season, the contract will include an option for 2026.

France’s all-time leading scorer Olivier Giroud nearing shock move to LAFC

France and AC Milan striker Olivier Giroud is reportedly finalizing a summer transfer to LAFC following Euro 2024 according to The Athletic’s Tom Bogert.

Giroud has been Milan’s top scorer this season finding the back of the net 14 times and adding nine assists. The 39-year-old Frenchman has aged like a fine wine.

His contract with the Italian giants will expire in June and it appears that a move to Major League Soccer is on the horizon.

Guillermo Ochoa linked to a move to new MLS club San Diego FC

The iconic Guillermo Ochoa's career in European soccer appears to have come to an end and a club in MLS could be looking to sign the goalkeeper as their main star for the following 2025 season. Hint: the transfer makes a lot of sense.

Guillermo Ochoa linked to new MLS club San Diego FC

14-year-old American prodigy Cavan Sullivan to sign with Manchester City

The USMNT might just have another star on the way.

14-year-old American prodigy Cavan Sullivan to sign with Manchester City

According to reports from the world-renowned transfer guru Fabrizio Romano, Manchester City have secured the signing of the highly sought-after 14-year-old attacker Cavan Sullivan. Despite fierce competition from clubs such as Real Madrid, Bayern Munich, and Borussia Dortmund, the Citizens emerged victorious in the race for the Philadelphia Union youth player’s signature. 

NY or LA — AC Milan’s Olivier Giroud interested on a move to MLS this summer

Giroud is interested in coming to MLS this summer… only if his club choose to not renew his contract at the end of the season.

According to ESPN, 37-year-old Olivier Giroud would not rule out a move to the United States as his next destination, only if current club AC Milan opt not to extend his contract before the end of the 2023/24 season.

Reports: Juventus willing to sell USMNT’s Timothy Weah at the end of the season

Tim Weah has had nothing short of a disappointing first six months in Italy.

It has been reported that Juventus are strongly considering selling Timothy Weah at the end of the season after struggling to consistently get into Massimiliano Allegri’s squad week-in and week-out. 

Kylian Mbappé informs PSG that he’ll leave the club this summer as a free agent

France captain Kylian Mbappé has informed Paris Saint-Germain that he is leaving the club in July as a free agent seven years after joining them, The Athletic website reported on Thursday.

Mbappé, a member of France's 2018 World Cup-winning team, signed for PSG from Monaco in 2017 for 180 million euros ($194 million) to become the second most expensive player ever after Brazilian Neymar, who joined the French champions the same year for 222 million euros.

Expansion NWSL side Bay FC break women’s transfer world record fee for Madrid’s Racheal Kundananji

Bay FC have signed Zambia forward Racheal Kundananji from Spain's Madrid CFF, the clubs announced on Tuesday, with the American team paying up to a reported $860,000 to set a new world record in women's football.

The 23-year-old, who joined Madrid in 2022 from fellow Spanish top-tier side Eibar, signed a contract through the 2027 season with an extension option for the 2028 campaign, the National Women's Soccer League (NWSL) club said.

Bay FC break Women's transfer record