Former Manchester United manager, David Moyes, has expressed interest in managing David Beckham’s Inter Miami, in US’ Major League Soccer.
Moyes was in charge of United for eight months, before he was sacked by the club, after succeeding Sir Alex Ferguson in 2013.
The Scot man, who later took charge of Spanish side, Real Sociedad, after he left Old Trafford, was also dismissed after few games as coach, due to poor results.
He has not managed a team after he left West Ham at the end of 2017/18 Premier League season.
Moyes has never won a major trophy, and there have been skepticism over his ability to emerge as top manager, having being in football management for almost 15 years.
He said the MLS excites him, and that he sees Inter Miami as a good project.
“It is something which looks a really interesting project,” Moyes told talkSPORT.
“I watch the MLS quite a bit and it is getting better. I don’t know how many people have seen Atlanta. The soccer team are getting more support than the NFL team.
“We talk about Tottenham’s stadium and that is incredible but wait until you see Atlanta’s stadium, it is unbelievable. So MLS is growing and Miami is a great city. It is something which I would consider as an option.
“Miami has got a bit of magic about it. Atlanta’s training centre is as good as anything in the Premier League and I know Miami are trying to do the same over there. MLS is an exciting league.”