Citing unnamed sources, the broadcaster said the former England captain and Los Angeles Galaxy star had settled on the Florida city to host a new team should his bid to establish a new Major League Soccer team be accepted.
Beckham, who retired from soccer after a five-year stint with Los Angeles and a brief stay with Paris St. Germain, won the right to found a new team for $24 million as part of his 2007 contract with the Galaxy.
However, he must beat stiff competition from up to 12 other prospective ownership groups seeking a new team.
Sky reported if Beckham wins the competition, he could then sell it to other potential investors for almost triple the asking price.
The 19-team MLS is planning to expand to 24 franchises by 2020.
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