David Beckham's son Romeo joins world-class footballers in using celebrity barber as he shows off new look | The Sun

DAVID BECKHAM'S son Romeo has joined a host of superstar footballers by choosing A-Star Barbers for a haircut.

A clip of the 20-year-old Inter Miami forward was posted on social media after he had his trim completed.




And the barbers' Instagram account added the caption: "Nice to meet you bro ✌️ @romeobeckham."

A-Star Barbers have a reputation for cutting a number of world-class players' hair.

Manchester City and England man Phil Foden is one of many who frequent the barber shop.

His team-mate Erling Haaland has also been pictured getting his blonde locks cut there.

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Paul Pogba, Reece James, Eden Hazard, Jack Grealish, Jesse Lingard, Kyle Walker and Declan Rice are among the other high-profile stars to have had their hair dos worked on at the establishment.

Romeo went for a short, blonde hairstyle that is nowhere near as outlandish as some of the cuts his dad wore during his playing days.

Among the looks that Beckham donned were a mohawk and cornrows.

Meanwhile, Romeo is still under contract with Inter Miami but recently jetted back to England to train with Brentford's B team.

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And he could well be set to make his debut for the club on Saturday.

Brentford confirmed they will hold a behind-closed-friendly against League Two’s Crewe Alexandra.

And Romeo is now set for the chance to sparkle in English football, having previously experienced life at a Premier League club with Arsenal.

But Romeo was let go in 2014 along with brothers Brooklyn, 23, and Cruz, 17.

He then stepped away from football before returning to the sport in 2020 with Inter Miami.





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