David Beckham's playing career is over, but his oldest son is now getting a chance to start his own life as a footballer with the very same club where his father began: Manchester United. At 14 years old, Brooklyn is the same age his father was when he signed with Man United — the club where David made his (brand) name over the course of a decade in the first team. But as the Guardian explains, Brooklyn still has some proving to do before he's given a spot in the club's academy. It's unclear whether Brooklyn Beckham was holding out for a shot at joining Man United or if he just couldn't cut it in his trials with Chelsea and QPR. But even if he doesn't catch on with the Premier League champions, he will probably still have a chance to play for his father one day. David Beckham has reportedly chosen Miami for the MLS expansion team he will own at a heavily discounted buy-in fee as part of his original playing contract with the league from back in 2007. When asked if he would like to have Brooklyn play for his MLS club , Beckham said, "Yes, hopefully. Brooklyn isn't the only Beckham offspring attracting attention from top Premier League clubs, though. Arsenal reportedly signed 10-year-old Romeo Beckham to their youth academy in September.