After dominating European football for over a decade, could Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo shelve their rivalry and come together as teammates?
David Beckham might be the man to make it happen.
The former Manchester United and Real Madrid midfielder appears to have ambitious plans for his new MLS franchise.
TOP STORY – MESSI, RONALDO WANTED AT INTER MIAMI
Barcelona captain Messi, 32, and Juventus talisman Ronaldo, 35, will end their careers on the same side if Inter Miami co-owner Beckham gets his wish, according to the Mirror.
The newspaper claims the new MLS outfit are "already thinking big" and could look to lure football's two biggest superstars to the United States.
LA Galaxy have also been linked with a move for Messi but Minnesota United head coach Adrian Heath believes Beckham's pulling power has the potential to create a dream attacking duo.
“For Ronaldo and Messi, the two obvious destinations if they came to the MLS would be Los Angeles and Miami," Heath told the Mirror.
"And, with his links to both players and the plan Beckham and his backers have in place, I can really only see them going to Miami."
- Manchester United are set to launch a £50 million (A$98 million) bid for Wolves forward Diogo Jota, scorer of a Europa League hat-trick on Friday (AEDT), reports the Express.
- United have also been linked with Birmingham City teenager Jude Bellingham but the Red Devils are set to face competition from Liverpool, according to the Daily Star.
- Serie A leaders Juventus are at the front of the queue for Paul Pogba but Paris Saint-Germain also hope to land the French star, reports Le10 Sport.
- PSG, meanwhile, are planning for life after Thomas Tuchel, who is said to be in talks with Bundesliga giants Bayern Munich. L'Equipe claims the Ligue 1 champions could look to replace him with either Massimiliano Allegri or Lazio boss Simone Inzaghi.
- Premier League clubs Sheffield United, Wolves and Burnley are showing interest in Leeds United midfielder Kalvin Phillips, suggests the Sun.