How Inter Miami could line-up under Phil Neville including Everton's Jonas Lossl and Mesut Ozil after MLS transfer hint

INTER MIAMI are expected to appoint Phil Neville as their next manager and he could bring two Premier League stars with him from England.

David Beckham is expected to give his old mate the nod and Neville could soon have Mesut Ozil and Everton's Jonas Lossl at his disposal.


Former Manchester United man Neville will bring to an end almost three years in charge of England's women's team.

He is desperate to break into the men's game and will take control of old pal Beckham's MLS side who parted company with Uruguayan coach Diego Alonso last week

Miami are reportedly already in talks with Everton keeper Lossl.

They need a new goalkeeper for the 2021 campaign – likely to start in March – after refusing to extend veteran stopper Luis Robles' contract.

Lossl is reportedly eager to quit Goodison Park after slipping to third in the pecking following the arrival of Robin Olsen.

The Miami Herald claim he wants game time to secure his place in Denmark's squad for this summer's European Championship.

Lossl has bounced between Everton and Huddersfield following an initial loan move to the Terriers in 2017.

He has failed to make a single appearance for the Toffees and even returned to Huddersfield on loan for the second half of last term.

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Elsewhere, Arsenal outcast Ozil is reportedly open to a switch to the MLS when his current Gunners deal runs out at the end of season.

ESPN claim the German is open to joining a club Stateside and he is free to negotiate directly with overseas teams this month.

Ozil has been linked to D.C. United and LA Galaxy while Miami are also said to be monitoring his situation.

SunSport previously reported the playmaker is tempted by a move to the MLS over other offers as he could better manage his business activities.

Ozil has not played football since March and was axed from both of Arsenal’s 25-man squads for the top flight and Europa League.

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