BECKHAM RULES OUT MANAGEMENT
David Beckham has said that there is no possibility of him becoming a manager in the future.
David Beckham is coming close to the end of his career, with many regarding the former England international to be in the last few years of his career. His contract with MLS side LA Galaxy will be winding down at the end of December. It is thought that he is not looking to move to any other high-profile club other than PSG, who have been showing tremendous interest in him. PSG want to make David Beckham part of their brand project to dominate the French and the European football.
As a result, David Beckham is extremely keen on taking the £ 11.8 million offered by the French giants to play for another year. He could also stay with LA Galaxy for one more year, although this highly depends upon the wishes of his family more than anything else. Unsurprisingly, there have been a lot of questions recently regarding his future role in football given the stature that he has in the game. Many predicted that David Beckham will eventually wind up as a manager, but the icon has ruled out any management jobs by saying that it is not suited for him.
David Beckham was part of the England side that went to the 2010 FIFA World Cup, although not as a player. He says that he did not enjoy it one little bit. "Not even a tiny bit. I didn't enjoy it. I'm not sure how coaches and managers do it. I absolutely love working with children, but being a proper football manager has never interested me. I enjoyed the whole experience, but being on the sidelines was difficult," David Beckham was quoted as saying in a recent interview.