Brooklyn Beckham: David Beckham's son at just 7/1 to play for Manchester United...and 4/1 to play for Miami MLS franchise

The bookies still see 15-year-old's future in football

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Brooklyn Beckham may have been reportedly released by Arsenal this week, but the bookies reckon he will still go on to become a professional footballer, with odds as short as 4/1 that he will play for his father David's Miami MLS franchise.

The 15-year-old's younger brothers Romeo, 12, and Cruz, 10, are enrolled in Arsenal's academy.

David Beckham, of course, made 115 appearances for England, more than any other outfield player. He trained with the Gunners in three different spells during the off-season when he was playing in America, in 2008, 2010, and 2013.

Betfair's Brooklyn Beckham Specials

Brooklyn, Romeo or Cruz to play for Manchester United before they turn 20 – 7/1

Brooklyn Beckham to play for a Premier League team before the end of 2020 – 10/1

Brooklyn Beckham to play for an MLS team before the end of 2020 – 4/1

Brooklyn Beckham to sign for his Dad's Miami franchise – 4/1

Romeo or Cruz Beckham to play Premier League football for Arsenal – 5/1