Golden Balls could be set for the Middle East.
David Beckham has been offered a bumper two-year deal to join the Qatari Stars League, according to The Sun.
The former England captain is a free agent after leaving MLS outfit LA Galaxy last month.
Golden Balls is wanted by clubs across the globe and the 37-year-old ex-England captain has reportedly had offers from Australia, China, France, Brazil…and QPR.
The Sun allege that a ‘top Qatari source’ said: “When it comes to money offers, Qatar is the biggest by far. Senior figures in the Q League feel Beckham has the total package and they need to up the interest in the game there around the world.”
It is also understood that Becks will be offered a long-term PR role as an ambassador for the controversial Qatar 2022 World Cup.
The handsome right-winger started his career at Manchester United before joining Real Madrid in 2003.
Beckham spent five years with LA Galaxy, enjoying two loan spells at AC Milan along the way.
The Sun’s unquestionably genuine Qatari source added: “They have seen what Beckham did in the US league and feel that type of transformation could be priceless.
“David is one of the few — possibly the only — soccer player who has the tools to revive the image of the game here.”
Beckham is England’s record outfield cap holder with 115. He is a great man.
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