David Beckham looking to land Real Madrid captain Ramos for MLS side Inter Miami

David Beckham is trying to tempt his former Real Madrid team-mate Sergio Ramos into joining him at MLS franchise Inter Miami, according to reports from Spain.

Madrid skipper Ramos is in talks over a new Madrid deal, with his current contract due to expire at the end of this season.

The 34-year-old Spain centre-back has spent 15 years with Los Blancos, helping them to a huge trophy haul including four Champions League triumphs, five La Liga titles and four Club World Cups.

Beckham played with Ramos during the early years of the defender's time at the Bernabeu, before leaving to join Major League Soccer franchise LA Galaxy in 2007.

The former England midfielder is now a co-owner of his own MLS outfit, Inter Miami – and has been trying to persuade Ramos to join him there, according to Mundo Deportivo.

Now the centre-half still to reach an agreement over a new deal, Beckham is stepping up his efforts.

Mundo Deportivo cites fellow Spanish publication AS, which reports that Beckham believes Ramos will eventually accept his offer.

However, the ex-Manchester United man may have to wait, with Ramos reportedly set to commit to another two years at the Bernabeu before ending his career with a potentially lucrative move to the USA.

Beckham is not the only former team-mate of Ramos to court his services, though. Last month, reports claimed Cristiano Ronaldo wants the defender to join him at Juventus when his time in Madrid comes to an end.

Spanish outlet OK Diario claimed Ronaldo had urged Juventus to sign Ramos as the Serie A giants target European glory.

Ramos had posted a glowing tribute to Ronaldo when the 35-year-old left La Liga giants Real Madrid for Juventus two years ago, writing on Instagram: “Cristiano, your goals, your numbers and everything we've won together speak for themselves.

“You've earned a special place in the history of Real Madrid.

“As Madridistas we'll remember you always. It's been a pleasure to play alongside you, bicho. Big hug and good luck.”

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