We didn't know you were a Gooner, David! The footballer switches allegiance by taking son Romeo shopping for Arsenal goods

By DAILY MAIL REPORTER

Making Victoria proud: The boys shopped til they dropped at a stall selling Arsenal goods on Monday ahead of the game

He may be trying to get his sons to support his former team Manchester United, but David Beckham's son Romeo is obviously more interested in another English team.
The nine-year-old was taken to a local Arsenal store on Monday and decked out in an entire outfit to support the club during their evening match against Leeds United.
It was only yesterday that David took his sons to watch his old team Manchester United play, but it appears he's already switching allegiance to another team.

Dressed for the game: The shopping trip was obviously to benefit Romeo, who proudly wore Arsenal clothing to see them win 1-0 against Leeds United

The football superstar, 36, was spotted splashing out on Arsenal merchandise for his sons on his way to the game.
He drove the boys in style through London in his large black Bentley, before he was then seen browsing in a shop near the team's stadium along with his eldest children Brooklyn, 12, and Romeo, nine.
Victoria Beckham's husband, who looked dapper in a white shirt with black jumper and trousers, spent some time looking at the goods, which included hats, scarves and T-shirts.

Arsenal shop: David lapped up the attention as he splashed the cash on Romeo in the souvenir shop

And he was happy to pose for photographs for fans in the store who were stunned to see him walk in, while the boys seemed pleased to be shopping for footballing memorabilia.
But it appears the shop was in aid of Romeo, who turned up at the store in a grey hoodie, but was later seen in his new garments.

Tired Cruz? While David, Romeo and Brooklyn enjoyed the game, it looked like six-year-old Cruz had had enough of the match!

But despite the victory, it obviously didn't impress Romeo's six-year-old brother Cruz, who was snapped yawning throughout and was seen leaning on his father as his boredom took over.
The boys may be getting to see a bit too much football on their trip to England, as they'd already spent the weekend watching David's old team.
Brooklyn, Romeo and Cruz have spent the last few years supporting their father as he plays for LA Galaxy in the Californian sunshine.

Travelling in style: David opted to drive the boys himself to the match in his flash Bentley

Behind the wheel: David ensured he escorted his boys to the game safely - and in style

source: dailymail

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