David Beckham's son Romeo copies dad's football career as he gets lessons from esteemed England coach

DAVID Beckham's son Romeo is keen to follow in his father's football footsteps as he gets lessons from an esteemed England coach.

The 18-year-old showed his commitment to the sport which made his dad famous as he shared the news he was training with Allan Russell, aka Superior Striker.

Taking his session seriously, the teen appeared deep in conversation in the pictures shared to his Instagram page.

One showed David and Victoria's second child dressed in his tracksuit mid-kick, while another saw him talking over his moves with Allan.

Romeo captioned the snaps: "Learning from the best @superiorstriker".

To which the England coach replied: "Always a pleasure".

One fan commented: "Like father like son 🔥".

"I pray you will carry on the soccer in your family, your dad was so good and we would love to see a Beckham again on our tvs," added another.

A few months ago Romeo – who is currently dating model Mia Regan – revealed his plans to follow in his dad's footsteps and become a professional footballer.

The celeb offspring, who was once tipped to be a big star in the tennis world, revealed the news in an Instagram Q&A with fans.

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One asked: "Do u aim on becoming a football player?"

He replied smiling, writing: "Yeah :)"

The youngster had been a promising tennis player, with the family building him a court costing £30,000 at their Cotswolds home in 2018.

However, it was bulldozed earlier this year and replaced with a five-a-side footie pitch.

Unusually for the Beckhams, who all support their dad's most famous club Manchester United, Romeo is an Arsenal fan.

David has addressed the issue, explaining: “I tried to get Manchester United shirts on them early.

"Two of them are Man United fans and one of them’s an Arsenal fan. I don’t know how it happened.

“Actually, I do know how it happened. I took Romeo to an Arsenal game and Arsene Wenger treated him so well.

"He gave him a shirt with his name on the back and his favourite number. I had that when I was a kid with Man United.”

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