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Manchester City’s departing captain David Silva has attained a “verbal agreement” with David Beckham’s Inter Miami, according to reports in Italy. Silva has cemented a heritage among the best players in the history of City during the last ten years – if not the best. Since coming to England he’s made 414 appearances for the team, scoring 73 goals and winning four Premier League titles and League Cups and two FA Cups. However, next summer, together with his contract set to expire, the Spaniard has confirmed he is going to call time on his stint at the Etihad. And based on Tuttomercatoweb, Inter Miami have been in discussions over a deal to deliver Silva into the MLS. The American ensemble, owned by former Manchester United and Real Madrid celebrity Beckham, are gearing up for their first time and are eager to draw huge names. The signature of securing Silva will hand them that, given his standing. He’s not the sole Spanish celebrity Beckham needs to lure to Miami, yet, as Marca assert Chelsea winger Pedro can also be on their radar. The 32-year-old looks sure to leave Stamford Bridge when his contract expires in the summer, even though a fantasy return to Barcelona is allegedly not on the cards. Pedro has insisted that he would”leave everything” to return into the Nou Camp, however Ernesto Valverde’s Spanish champions are not likely to go for him. In case Silva agrees to go to Inter the Champions League winner might be enticed to join with his compatriot in the States. Beckham is also set to bring Tony Pulis’s son into the club, after appointing Uruguayan Diego Alonso as manager. Inter will perform their first MLS game against LA Galaxy on March 1, where the Telegraph assert Pulis will be one of the backroom staff. The ex-midfielder plied his trade for a bunch of clubs, such as Stoke, Portsmouth and Plymouth, before moving to America in 2012. He has been at Sant Louis for a couple of years in the second division of America and today looks to have made a promotion to himself. Pulis has developed a remarkable reputation in the States, and allegedly agreed a settlement package to Inter on Friday before his movement. Inter will create another trip before returning to get their first home match after launching off their MLS accounts at LA Galaxy. They’ll play with home fixtures at Miami Freedom Park called the Inter Miami CF arena, which will be an arena that is suggested is going to cost Inter £750m to finish, with plans that include a rooftop bar and palm trees