Former England national soccer team captain David Beckham speaks as he is interviewed by The Associated Press at a studio in Hampstead, north London, Wednesday, Oct. 30, 2013. Beckham was promoting his new photography book entitled "David Beckham". Beckham is finalizing plans to start a Major League Soccer team, and hoping one of his children could be good enough to make the squad. While trying to avoid putting any pressure on his children to follow in his path, the former England captain said in the interview that he hopes they can develop as players if they wish _without the spotlight or burden of the family name. (AP Photo/Matt Dunham)The Associated Press
FILE - In this May 18, 2013, file photo, Paris Saint Germain's David Beckham dribbles the ball during a French League One soccer match against Brest at Parc des Princes Stadium in Paris. A person with knowledge of the situation says Beckham has chosen Miami to start a Major League Soccer franchise. The former England captain will ask the MLS to approve the ownership option in his league contract when he joined the Los Angeles Galaxy in 2007. (AP Photo/Jacques Brinon, File)The Associated Press
MANCHESTER, England – The prospect of the name "Beckham" appearing on the back of a Manchester United shirt has grown closer.
Sections of the British media reported Friday that Brooklyn Beckham, the son of United great David, was invited to a training session at the club on Thursday. The 14-year-old Brooklyn was accompanied by his father and could return for further sessions.
United said the club couldn't comment for child protection reasons.
Brooklyn has already had spells with two other Premier League teams, Chelsea and Queens Park Rangers, and played for a Los Angeles Galaxy youth team during his father's time in the MLS.
David Beckham left United in 2003 after winning six Premier League titles and the Champions League.