The Miami Hurricanes could potentially share a new stadium with one of the newest members of Major League Soccer.
According to a report, David Beckham will meet with University of Miami president Donna Shalala to discuss a deal that would build a new stadium for the Hurricanes and Beckham’s MLS franchise to share.
“David, Marcelo [Claure] and Simon [Fuller] are making progress toward bringing an MLS club to Miami-Dade County,” Miami Beckham United said in a statement. “We’re in the process of identifying viable sites and are entertaining a number of options. We look forward to sharing positive news with our fans soon.”
The sides will also meet with mayor Carlos Gimenez and MLS commissioner Don Garber.
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