David Beckham's proposed move to Paris Saint Germain looks set to become a reality as the French side placed an order of 20,000 shirts with the former England captain's famous name emblazoned on the back reports talkSPORT.
The 36-year-old midfielder will be a free agent when his multi-million-pound, five-year deal at LA Galaxy comes to an end in November, and has been heavily linked with a return to Europe.
Tottenham and QPR head interest from the Barclays Premier League, but it is Ligue 1 giants PSG who now appear the favourites for his signature, after Leonardo - the man Beckham played under during a previous loan spell at AC Milan, hinted he would love to bring him to France.
Having been taken over by the Qatari Investment Foundation in the summer, PSG are undergoing a revolution, and Beckham is the latest name they want to spearhead that.
So far, the former Manchester United and Real Madrid star has remained tight-lipped over his future, but intimated he would favour a return to home shores.
However, latest developments on French radio station RTL reports that PSG's Middle Eastern owners have placed an emergency order with the team's kit supplier Nike - and shirts are due to arrive in November.