David Beckham taunts ‘bored’ Tom Brady during ‘coffee chat’ in Sardinia with businessman David Grutman

David Beckham taunts ‘bored’ Tom Brady during a ‘coffee chat’ with businessman David Grutman in Sardinia – it turns out the NFL legend ‘would like nothing better’ than to retire AGAIN

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According to an amusing Instagram comment by David Beckham, Tom Brady appeared “bored” during a coffee chat with entrepreneur David Grutman in Sardinia.

The legendary quarterback has been having a blast since retiring from football in February and appears to have headed to Europe for his latest adventure.

Miami-based entrepreneur and businessman David Grutman shared a picture with 45-year-old Brady on a boat with the caption “Coffee Talk” on his Instagram page.

That’s where their mutual friend David Beckham came in, hilariously captioning the 48-year-old’s post, “Tom looks a bit bored to be honest,” followed by a crying laughter and a yawning emoji.

Brady replied, but not directly to Beckham, simply saying, “I’m ready for my hospitality internship,” with a series of laughing emojis — Grutman, who has an estimated fortune of $55 million, owns several high-end restaurants in Miami.

Tom Brady was pictured having a

Tom Brady was pictured having a “coffee chat” with David Grutman in Sardinia on Tuesday

David Beckham - a friend of the couple - joked that Brady, 45, seemed bored in their discussion

David Beckham – a friend of the couple – joked that Brady, 45, seemed bored in their discussion

Brady and Beckham (pictured with Romeo Beckham, center) are considered good friends

Brady and Beckham (pictured with Romeo Beckham, center) are considered good friends

DailyMail.Com exclusively reported earlier Tuesday that Brady would love to return to the NFL for a second time and retire, but has too many commitments to warrant a return.

A source close to the 45-year-old told Mail Sport: “Tom misses football, loves to play and would love nothing more than to be back on the biggest stage and win another Super Bowl.”

“But as amazing as these thoughts sound, he has made the decision to retire from the NFL for good.”

“He’s now the owner of the Raiders and while he’s very familiar with the Las Vegas coaching staff and the fact that next season’s Super Bowl will be played in Las Vegas, that seems very unlikely and obvious at this point.” there’s almost no way Tom will come back to play for the Raiders or any other NFL team in the coming year.

“Right now, his other entertainment ventures and entrepreneurial endeavors, plus the fact that he’ll be a play-by-play announcer for FOX in the future, are really taking up all of his time.”

Brady is expected to enter the broadcast booth with FOX — with whom he has signed a $375 million deal — in fall 2024, while also owning a clothing brand of the same name, Brady Brand.

Brady announced his retirement from the NFL in an emotional video on Feb. 1 — and insisted he was stepping down for good this time.

In his final season, he announced his divorce from Brazilian supermodel Gisele Bundchen after 13 years of marriage. Brady had two children with Bundchen (Vivian and Benjamin) and a son with ex-wife Bridget Moynahan (Jack).

Brady, 45, hung up his football boots for the second – and seemingly final – time this February

Brady, 45, hung up his football boots for the second – and seemingly final – time this February

Last year, Brady and Gisele Bundchen announced their split after 13 years of marriage

Brady and Bundchen announced their split in October after 13 years of marriage

Beckham now has a solid friendship with Brady. The two were photographed together at a pizza restaurant in Miami just days before he announced his retirement.

And when Brady’s decision was announced to the world, Beckham commented on his post, saying, “No one has done it better.”

Brady won seven Super Bowls during his distinguished career.

His last game came on January 16 when the Bucs were defeated 31-14 by the Dallas Cowboys in the playoffs.

Maureen Mackey

Maureen Mackey is a WSTPost U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. Maureen Mackey joined WSTPost in 2023 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing: maureenmackey@wstpost.com.

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