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David Beckham’s son Brooklyn training at Manchester United for possible academy spot

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.