Nick Marsman will leave Finnord next summer to join the club of Inter Miami CF, chairman David Beckham and coach Bill Neville. Marsman No exchange. Nothing has been signed yet, but the 30-year-old keeper will leave for the United States later this season.
Marsman made a transfer-free transfer from FC Utrecht to Feyenoord in the summer of 2019. In his first season he revealed four appearances under the bar. He has already played in 24 games this season due to injuries to Justin Bijlow. Marsman previously played long for FC Twenty20 (121 games) and the Go Ahead Eagles (41 games). He only appeared in 3 games at FC Utrecht.
The 30-year-old goalkeeper from Svolley will join Argentina striker Gonzalo Higuain and French world champion Blaze Matuidi at Inter Miami. Kelvin Leertham (former player of Fenord and Witts) moved from Seattle Saunders to Club International de Football Miami since the club was officially invited last month. David Beckham is the founder and owner of the club, which started on January 28, 2018. Beckham’s former teammate Bill Neville was appointed coach in January. He won after Uruguayan Diego Alonso at Inter Miami with an 18,000-seat stadium in Fort Lauderdale.
Inter Miami participated in the MLS for the first time last year, which dropped significantly due to the season corona. Beckham’s club eventually finished 19th out of 26 clubs. The new season at MLS runs from April 17th to November 7th. The Championship Play-Offs will take place from November 19th to December 11th. Marsman may join in June. Finurt will play his last league game on May 16, but will then have to enter the play-offs.
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