The former England, Manchester United and Real Madrid star exercised an option in his contract with another of his old clubs, LA Galaxy, to buy an expansion franchise in 2014.
After delays over the club’s location, Beckham finally confirmed in January of this year that a deal had been finalised to play at a 25,000-seater stadium in Miami.
The as-yet-unnamed side has been given the green light to play in MLS in 2020 and Beckham has vowed to make the club the best in America.
He is now making plans to appoint a world-class manager and bring in a host of star players.
According to the Daily Mirror, he has Carlo Ancelotti, Bruce Arena, Zinedine Zidane in his sights to be boss.
Beckham has a close relationship with all three men, having played under Ancelotti and Arena and alongside Zidane.
The ex-England captain is also making ambitious plans to bring in Cristiano Ronaldo and Wayne Rooney, their report claims.
Ronaldo’s agent has suggested in the the past that the Real Madrid superstar could be interested in a move to America.
Rooney, who rejoined Everton from Manchester United in the summer, has also suggested he could consider a switch Stateside later in his career.