David Beckham set for PSG move

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Former Manchester United and Real Madrid star David Beckham is reportedly set to sign for Paris Saint-Germain after playing his final game for LA Galaxy.

Beckham left LA Galaxy on Saturday a two-time MLS Cup final winner, and has since been linked with moves to West Ham and Queens Park Rangers, although L'Equipe now reports that Paris is set to become his destination.

The 37-year-old, it is claimed, is set to reunited with former manager Carlo Ancelotti - who he played under at AC Milan - and will join PSG for the remainder of the season, while Beckham will have the option to extend his deal for another year.

Beckham is not expected to sign for PSG until January with the former Manchester United midfielder intending to remain with his family in Los Angeles for Christmas.

The ex-England captain has also been linked with a move to Australia but, it would appear, will return to European football after spending over five-years with LA Galaxy.

Beckham also reportedly has the option of moving into a coaching role with PSG, should he decide stay in football in that capacity, but he is seemingly more likely to return to the USA when his playing days are over to head-up an MLS franchise.

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