David Beckham is to retire from football, according to the
The former England captain has enjoyed a trophy-laden career at some of the world’s biggest clubs, including Real Madrid, Milan and Manchester United, and was most recently featuring at Paris Saint-Germain in France.
But despite being offered a new one-year contract at the Parc des Princes, the 38-year-old is believed to have played his last match, having helped Carlo Ancelotti’s men to their first Ligue 1 title since 1994.
Beckham is one of the world’s most iconic footballers, having collected 115 caps for England and won the league championship in four different countries – becoming the only British player to do so in the process.
His career at senior level spanned over 20 years, having made his United debut against Brighton in the League Cup in 1992 – just months after emerging from the club’s famous youth team of the same year.
Leytonstone-born Beckham is now expected to continue in his various ambassadorial roles across the world, at companies such as Sky Sports and UNICEF.
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