Ex-Celtic player David Moyes admits he'd be open to taking over as the first ever manager of David Beckham's new MLS franchise Inter Miami.

The former Manchester United and Everton boss has been out of work since leaving West Ham in 2018.

Moyes, 56, is believed to be a contender for the role as Becks looks to deal in a manager.

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And the Scot has revealed he'd consider a switch to the US if it was presented to him.

He told talkSPORT: "It is something which looks a really interesting project. 

"I watch the MLS quite a bit and it is getting better. I don’t know how many people have seen Atlanta. The soccer team are getting more support than the NFL team.

"We talk about Tottenham’s stadium and that is incredible but wait until you see Atlanta’s stadium, it is unbelievable. 

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"So MLS is growing and Miami is a great city. It is something which I would consider as an option.

"Miami has got a bit of magic about it. Atlanta’s training centre is as good as anything in the Premier League and I know Miami are trying to do the same over there. The MLS is an exciting league.

"My preference would be to be back in the Premier League but if the opportunity came around, I would have to look at it."

Rangers legend Rino Gattuso is also reportedly in the mix for the job.