David Beckham Transfer Rumors: QPR, West Ham And Monaco Are All In For Beckham As A Decision Is Nearing

The much loved sports personality that is David Beckham is currently deciding his next move, and although many had thought he would be heading to France, fresh rumours suggest that a return to the Premier League cannot be ruled out.

Since signing out of the American MLS with LA Galaxy in style over the weekend, former England International Beckham has been weighing up his options, and his wife Victoria Beckham has been spotted in London searching for new properties.

New Queens Park Rangers manager Harry Redknapp already has a good relationship and admiration of the 37-year-old former Manchester United and Real Madrid star, and has stated recently that he would be interested in signing Beckham if he wished to return to London. 

Beckham, a very proud country man has made 115 appearances for England, scoring 17 important goals in the process. He had been their saviour on many occasions with his trade mark free kick and sweet right foot. Returning to England would certainly be tempting to Beckham, with his family being here and his history with the country. 

Many reports state that Beckham is also considering the best options for his children, in a development sense for both their education and their own football careers. With the English FA recently opening up their expensive new coaching development centre, this could well sway any decision made.

Temptations however are coming in from various countries including the French city of Monaco, that is known for its celebrity culture and popularity. This could well be a preferred choice for Victoria rather than David himself and certainly cannot be ruled out.

One thing for certain is that even nearing the age of 38, Beckham is still a very sought after player and if he does decide to return to England, he will not be short of offers with West Ham reportedly interested in giving him his last venture within a football playing sense, along with QPR.

The Premier League would certainly welcome back such a big personality like Beckham but it seems the jury is out as to where the next destination will be, to be continued...


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