Fresh links for ex-United midfielder move – report

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David Beckham has been linked to a move to Paris Saint Germain, Le Parisien claims, as speculation continues to grow that the ex-Manchester United striker will move back to Europe when his contract ends at LA Galaxy.

Beckham has been connected to moves to numerous European clubs, and while the midfielder has said he would like to stay at LA Galaxy, European football may be too tempting for him to refuse.

And Beckham, who made his name at Manchester United and has been a star the world over ever since, could be spoilt for choice if he does admit to being open to a move, with Tottenham, QPR and now Paris Saint Germain chasing his signature.


While at one stage Beckham said he would never play for an English team other than United, his links with Tottenham could mean he changes his mind. And if QPR can convince him that he can take the side to Europe, Beckham may well fancy plying his trade at Loftus Road.

But Paris Saint Germain are now cash rich, thanks to billionaire Qatari owners, and could offer Beckham the wages to tempt him to head to France.

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