Gonzalo Higuain ‘on the brink of move to David Beckham’s Inter Miami in two-year deal after Juventus terminated the veteran striker’s contract 12 months early’
- Higuain is closing in on a move to David Beckham’s MLS side Inter Miami
- The 32-year-old striker is believed to be on his way to America to sign deal
- He has been told by Andrea Pirlo that he is not part of his plans moving forward
Juventus have terminated Gonzalo Higuain’s contract a year early, paving the way for him to join David Beckham’s Inter Miami, according to goal.com
The 32-year-old striker is believed to be on his way to America after his agent agreed personal terms on a two-year deal with the MLS side.
The Argentine is surplus to requirements at the Allianz Stadium and Andrea Pirlo is looking to replace him with Barcelona forward Luis Suarez.
Gonzalo Higuain is nearing a move to David Beckham’s Inter Miami from Serie A side Juventus
Higuain’s brother – Nicolas – landed in Italy on Tuesday for negotiations with Juventus over his departure.
He was expected to meet Juventus directors to discuss details of terminating Higuain’s £6.3million contract by mutual consent.
Now those talks appear to have been concluded, Higuain is set to link up with David Beckham at his new MLS franchise Inter Miami.
Higuain has won three Serie A titles with the Italian club.
David Beckham is on the verge of completing a huge transfer coup for Inter Miami