The 2021 MLS season will begin in days. However, David Beckham continues to strengthen the Inter Miami squad with the sole objective of being the star of the competition. In that sense, goalkeeper Nick Marsman will leave the Feyenoord ranks to play for Inter Miami, owned by Englishman David Beckham, at least until the end of the 2023 season, the American club announced on Monday.
The 30-year-old goalkeeper will arrive in South Florida after spending two years in Rotterdam, the home of Feyenoord, one of the leaders of the Eredivisie, the Dutch first division. In his two seasons at Feyenoord, Marsman played 29 games in all competitions, including five as a starter in the Europa League. The goalkeeper made his debut in the Netherlands professional league in 2011, wearing the FC Twente shirt.
"We are heading into the 2021 season with confidence that our strength this year at goalkeeper will be the product of our combined qualities," Chris Henderson, Inter Miami CF's sporting director, said in a statement. "The addition of Nick alongside (fellow goalkeepers) John McCarthy, Drake Callender and Dylan Castanheira, who have impressed during the preseason, reinforces our ambition and intention to have a high level of competition to start at every position", he added.
Inter Miami sold out tickets for their MLS debut
On Sunday, April 18, Inter Miami will make its premiere in the 2021 season of Major League Soccer (MLS), receiving in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, the Los Angeles Galaxy, where Javier Hernández plays, in a match where there will be a significant presence of fans in their stadium. In fact, the institution announced on its official channels that there are no more tickets available for this first meeting of the contest, taking into account that only about 30 percent of the capacity of the venue was sold, that's, just over 4,200 tickets.