David Beckham has reportedly tipped Napoli boss Carlo Ancelotti to be his first Inter Miami manager.
2020/21 season kicks off next March and Becks is still on the look out for first Inter Miami manager to run the newly-formed club.
During two periods working under the Italian at AC Milan and Paris Saint-Germain, Beckham established a friendship with Ancelotti.
The 60-year-old is currently in charge of Napoli and is under contract until 2021, having signed a three-year deal with the club upon taking charge in May 2018.
However, The Sun has reported that the club are confident of luring Ancelotti to America, with co-owner Jorge Mas hinting at his identity last week.
”It’s someone you are going to know who has coached before at the highest level and who has played at the highest level,’ he said.
Beckham has been busy building his Inter Miami squad, with the club announcing their first two signings last week.
Argentine teenagers Matias Pellegrini and Julian Carranza, both 19, have joined from Estudiantes and Banfield.
”I think you will see if you look at our young signings, we’ve made substantial investments in them,’ he said.
”We’re going to couple them with players who have played in Europe who are very well known.
”We’ve looked at some English players. We’re having some conversations with some English players and we anticipate Inter Miami will have some English presence.’