Borussia Monchengladbach
FC Union Berlin
6:30 AM UTC
Game Details
SC Paderborn 07
Borussia Dortmund
9:00 AM UTC
Game Details

No recent activity

Layun: Beckham's Inter Miami my ideal choice for next move

Herculez Gomez explains why Gareth Bale's health should make Inter Miami think twice before signing him.
Ale Moreno breaks down whether James Rodriguez or Gareth Bale is the better option for Inter Miami.
Ale Moreno reacts to Inter Miami's Rodolfo Pizarro saying MLS has "more tranquility" than Liga MX.

Monterrey left-back Miguel Layun has said he would love the chance to play for David Beckham's MLS franchise Inter Miami.

The Mexico international said that he wants to follow former teammate Rodolfo Pizarro to Miami, who joined as the club's second Designated Player in February.

- Stream new episodes of ESPN FC Monday-Friday on ESPN+
Stream every episode of 30 for 30: Soccer Stories on ESPN+

"I would like to play for Inter Miami because David Beckham is there. I'm his fan and I would like to meet him and be able to share with him," Layun said on Instagram.

Inter Miami lost their opening two games in MLS before the league was suspended until at least May 10.

The former Watford and FC Porto defender also said that wants to end his playing career in either Monterrey or former club Club America, but he is yet to decide.

"It scared me [made me dread or whatever] to think about retirement. I am 31, I am going to be 32 years old, and I am in the final stretch of my career," he added.

"I have really enjoyed my career, but I'm not sure what I am going to do and I have always been a hard-headed about that, I always have in mind where I want to go and that [not knowing what I'm going to do] caused me stress.

"I would like to retire in Monterrey or at America. They are the only two places I want to dream that I am going to retire, but I do not know, maybe life still takes me to a different place."


Use a Facebook account to add a comment, subject to Facebook's Terms of Service and Privacy Policy. Your Facebook name, photo & other personal information you make public on Facebook will appear with your comment, and may be used on ESPN's media platforms. Learn more.