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Arsenal Sign David Beckham’s Son Brooklyn On One-Year Deal

Arsenal Sign David Beckham’s Son Brooklyn On One-Year Deal

Arsenal have staved off interest from Manchester United and Chelsea to sign David Beckham‘s 15-year-old son Brooklyn on a one-year deal.

That’s the word coming from the Daily Star who claim the oldest Beckham son could be a star of the future for Arsene Wenger’s side.

According to an Arsenal source of theirs:

“Brooklyn is talented and he has stood out in all of the training sessions and games he has played.

“He has had other teams sniffing around and it was always going to be a case of when, not if, he was signed up by a big-name club.

“Arsenal realise he can be a huge talent.

“They have seen that potential and protected their asset. The club has signed him, fending off interest from Manchester United and Chelsea in the meantime.”

“Next summer we may see him sign a big-money deal and with Arsenal.”

He joins youngster brother Romeo – as seen in the Christmas Burberry advert – who has trained with the Gunners over the past year.

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