Cristiano Ronaldo can often be found in Miami during his down time, and now he is reportedly hoping to make a permanent move to the South Florida metropolis.
According to the Sun, Ronaldo is looking to join David Beckham's proposed MLS club in Miami in a few years' time. The Portuguese megastar visits the city regularly – he was seen attending a Miami Heat game during the holidays – and wants to make a permanent move there after he leaves Real Madrid.
Ronaldo would fit the mold of the type of superstar player that Beckham has said he wants to bring to Miami. Beckham, who played with Ronaldo at Manchester United, is willing to offer the winger a two-year deal, according to the report.
Beckham is currently in the process of finalizing a soccer-specific stadium deal in Miami, an undertaking that would likely pave the way for the official awarding of an expansion MLS franchise.