Paris Saint-Germain manager Carlo Ancelotti has backed David Beckham for a career in management according to the ESPN
Beckham bade an emotional farewell to his playing career after Paris’ 3-1 Ligue 1 victory over Brest in the French capital on Saturday. In a career which has spanned 20 years Beckham spent 11 seasons at Manchester United, making appearances in six Premier League title winning seasons at Old Trafford.
He then went on to play for Real Madrid, LA Galaxy and Paris St-Germain and enjoyed two loan periods with Milan. Beckham also made five appearances on loan at Preston North End back in 1994.
The 38-year-old became the first Englishman to lift titles in four different countries and picked up 115 England international caps. And, following his final outing his final manager, Carlo Ancelotti said that he could see Beckham taking up a role in management.
“Today he finished as an old player, tomorrow he will be perhaps a young manager,” the former Chelsea boss said. “I’m proud of having coached a great player and professional who gave a beautiful image to the game of football. I respect him.”
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