Inter Miami looked for the Atlético de Madrid forward, however, the coronavirus pandemic prevented the Spanish from coming to MLS.
Inter Miami is still looking for its first great international figure, which could come from the Spanish LaLiga, as it was revealed that David Beckham sought the signing of Diego Costa , the Atlético de Madrid striker who could not reach the MLS due to the break in the world football caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
According to reports from the Spanish capital, Beckham probes several options in LaLiga and one of them was the striker of the mattress team , whom he even contacted to try to convince him to play in the United States, but the health emergency prevented the negotiations from progressing.
Costa, 31, has not had a good campaign with Atleti, because in 13 games, the Spanish naturalist only added 2 goals, so the mattress team is already thinking about his departure and MLS would join his list of options Because Serie A and the Chinese Super League are other leagues interested in the attacker who is linked with those of Simeone until June 2021.
Beckham looks at LaLiga
The former Real Madrid soccer player and now owner of the expansion franchise in Major League Soccer has set his sights on Spanish football, where he will seek to take advantage of his contacts to get his first transfer signing and have even managed some options to reinforce the Florida box, which made its debut this season in the MLS.
Among the LaLiga options that Beckham has managed, in addition to Costa, are the names of players such as James Rodríguez or Luka Modric of Real Madrid, in addition to Arturo Vidal of FC Barcelona has sounded to reinforce the whole of South Florida.