The son of former England captain David Beckham who plays in forward has swapped from Florida to west London until the end of this season having signed with the Bees on loan.
James Romeo Beckham has been impressed by signing for Brentford team B this season having searched for a chance to play in the England Primier league for a long time to follow his father foot_steps.
James Romeo started his football career with the current leading team Arsenal.He played for Arsenal youths before packing for Inter Miami II.
The 20 year son of David Beckham was born in west London in 2003.He only made 20 appearances with Inter Miami II and only managed two goals for his former team.
Speaking to the Bees own website,he said,"I m very proud and very happy to be here.It was fun season (in the USA) and there were a lot of ups and downs but I m excited to come here and see what I can do".
James Romeo has a lot of hope to join Thomas Frank first team and and continue with his forward career with the Bees.
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