The former Manchester United, Real Madrid and LA Galaxy star and his partners continue to search for a venue to house the new team which is expected to join the North American top flight ranks in 2017.
The Beckham franchise has already explored the idea of playing at a site at PortMiami as well as on land near the Miami Heat home court - American Airlines Arena.
More recently, the proposal for a stadium next to Marlins Park - home of MLB team Miami Marlins - in Little Havana was also unsuccessful according to the Miami Herald.
But Tim Leiweke, a partner of Miami Beckham United, was confident of soon confirming a home, telling CNBC: "I think we have found a site.
"It's probably different than what people think we're doing, but we're going to know in the next several days."