David Beckham has interest from 'big European clubs'
Tuesday 22 November 2011
David Beckham has interest from two "big European clubs" to weigh up when he decides his playing future.
The 36-year-old former England captain's Los Angeles Galaxy contract runs out at the end of December and Beckham, who has been linked with Paris St Germain, is weighing up his options.
"I have a decision to make and I haven't made it yet," Beckham told BBC Radio One.
"I've got options, which is amazing at my age. A couple of big European clubs are after me.
"I need to sit down with friends and family and decide what's best for me. I might still be here next year playing."
Beckham has always maintained he would not play for another English club after leaving Manchester United.
He added: "I have enjoyed everywhere I have played and it doesn't matter where I finish my career.
"I have always said I played for the biggest club in England and couldn't see myself playing in another English shirt."
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