Phil Neville has been pictured in a show-stopping pink waistcoat ahead of his hotly anticipated appointment as Inter Miami boss.
The acclaimed soccer coach commanded attention at Miami International Airport whilst wearing a Flamingo pink sleeveless upper-body garment and matching necktie ensemble.
Making his waistcoat the main focus, Neville sauntered through the arrivals lounge ensuring all eyes were on him.
‘Neville was playful, blowing kisses to his fans and fooling around. He looked a million dollars’, one eyewitness told Paddy Power News.
The 43-year-old left his role as manager of England’s women in order to bring ‘Brand Neville’ to the United States.
And after signing with a top US agent, the former Lionesses boss is hoping to crack the American market.
‘Neville is hoping to succeed where the Gallaghers failed – by breaking America’, celebrity blogger Perez Hilton told Paddy Power News.
‘There’s definitely a niche in the US market for argumentative busy tw*ts from Bury’.
Desperate to make a good first impression stateside, Neville has teamed up with Hollywood A-lister Will Smith to re-release the rapper’s 1998 hit ‘Miami’.
The 52-year-old Men in Black star shared a picture of the pair working on the track in his home recording studio with his 51 million Instagram followers along with the caption: ‘Big Phil-ly Style’.
It’s understood Neville will also take part in televised interviews with both Oprah and Ellen – with Oprah describing it as her biggest interview since Nelson Mandela in 2000.
Discussing his move across the pond with Paddy Power News, Neville revealed the rigorous selection process he faced in order to become Inter Miami manager:
‘Becks has just rung me up and said ‘fancy a job, mate?’
‘And I said, ‘Yeah’.
‘So he says, ‘Can you start on Monday?’
‘And I said, Yeah’.
Meanwhile, Inter Miami owner David Beckham has ruled out a move for another former Manchester United teammate.
‘Giggsy will not be taking charge of the Inter Miami women’s side’, said Becks.
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