Ex-Celtic winger Lewis Morgan has linked up with World Cup winner Blaise Matuidi at Inter Miami.

The former PSG midfielder agreed to terminate the final year of his contract with Juventus and joins up with the MLS' newest franchise club, co-owned by David Beckham.

Matuidi - who also has four Ligue 1 winners' medals and three Serie A titles to his name - will wear number eight for Inter Miami who resume their inaugural season on August 22. 

Manchester United and England legend Becks, who played alongside Matudi at PSG, said: "I couldn’t be happier to welcome my friend Blaise to Inter Miami. He is an exciting and gifted player and a great person."

Miami have not got off to the best start this term, losing all five of their opening fixtures in the league, which have all featured Morgan. We told how the former Celtic, Sunderland and St Mirren winger joined Inter Miami following a Hoops career which did not live up to expectations.