Beckham says the club have “full confidence” in Neville, who has emphasised that he knows “what it takes to win”.
Neville was announced as the new boss of the Major League Soccer outfit co-owned by his former England and Manchester United team-mate Beckham on Monday, shortly after stepping down as England Women manager.
“I’m coming into this job to instil those values into this club, about what it takes to actually win. And I think I know those qualities, what it takes.”
Regarding Beckham, Neville admitted “there will be times when we have difficult conversations” before expressing his hope that “this will be one of the best chapters of our friendship”.
Neville stepped down as England boss having previously been set to do so in July at the end of his contract. He said he was sad to say goodbye to the players but that Inter Miami was an opportunity he “had to grasp”.