The former Real Madrid, Manchester United, and LA Galaxy midfielder David Beckham has said that he still thinks that he has the opportunity to play for the club in the Champions League. The 37-year-old midfielder recently became a free agent after deciding not to extend his contract with the MLS club LA Galaxy. He is expected to join the European club once again after completing his five-year stint with the American club. He has been linked with a number of clubs like the Premier League club QPR and the French club Monaco. However, very high-profile clubs like Paris St Germain have also been linked with a move for the former England midfielder.
Beckham has opened the door to joining the club like Paris St Germain by saying that he still feels that he has a lot to offer at the Champions League level itself. Beckham was last involved in the Champions League back in 2009 with the Italian club AC Milan. He recently ended his stint with the American club by lifting the second MLS cup in two seasons by helping the team beat Houston Dynamo in the final of the competition. The French club Paris St Germain represent the best opportunity for Beckham to take part in the Champions League once again.
“I always loved it when I went back to AC Milan being back in the Champions League. I still miss playing in it, they are the games you love playing in. Of course I’d want to play in it again. We’ll see where I go next. If it’s a team that’s in the Champions League then it will be nice to be back. It’s nice to see them still playing at United,” said Beckham about his future and his former teammates Ryan Giggs and Paul Scholes, who continue to represent United.