Parc des Princes outfit want Golden Balls to stay.
PSG want David Bekcham to remain at the club next season even if he retires from playing.
The 38-year-old arrived at the Parc des Princes in January, and has made 11 appearances for the club, starting just twice.
The former England captain appeared as a last minute substitute as PSG claimed the title with a 1-0 win over Lyon on Sunday.
Beckham has now won Ligue 1, La Liga, the Serie A, the Premier League and the Champions League in an illustrious career.
“If he decided not to continue his playing career, I hope he’ll stay in another role,” PSG president Nasser Al-Khelaifi told L’Equipe.
When asked about his plans, the former Manchester United star replied: “I am going to enjoy tonight and that’s what matters.”
Beckham has been offered a one-year contract extension to the five month deal he signed on 31 January but is yet to committ his future to the Parc des Princes outfit.
“To have him among us, on the pitch or off it, is very important,” Al-Khelaifi continued.
“It’s up to him.
“We’ll see what David wants to do. We’d like him to continue with us. He’s a man of great quality.”