MARIO GOTZE has reportedly rejected an offer from David Beckham’s Inter Miami.
Bild claims the German playmaker, 28, snubbed a contract worth £100,000-a-week from the MLS outfit following his release by Borussia Dortmund.
Instead, World Cup winner Gotze is said to be waiting on approaches from Monaco and Roma as he looks to continue his career in Europe.
It means five-time Bundesliga winner Gotze, who also played for Bayern Munich, will not be linking up with fellow midfielder Blaise Matuidi across the pond.
The Juventus veteran, 33, is on the verge of a free transfer to Inter Miami after undergoing a medical in Paris.
Matuidi will become their first big-name signing after Chelsea winger Willian snubbed them in favour of a free switch to Arsenal.
Inter Miami were hoping to secure Gotze’s signature too after becoming the first MLS expansion team to lose their opening five competitive fixtures.
But he instead wants to remain on the continent as the likes of AC Milan, Sevilla and Fiorentina also circle.
Gotze made his senior debut for Dortmund in 2009 and went on to scoop two titles while making 116 appearances.
He secured a shock move to rivals Bayern in 2013 and won three titles there.
But injuries in his final season saw Gotze shipped back to Dortmund three years later.
He never fully recovered from his problems but still managed to clock up a further 103 games for his boyhood club.