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Beckham considering 12 different offers

David Beckham is set to make a decision on his future next week after having received 12 formal offers from around the world, but he will base his family in London wherever he ends up.

David Beckham's future is still up in the air
Where next for David Beckham?

According to widespread reports, Beckham, 37, will hold a series of meetings on the next direction of his playing career with advisors next week.

The former England international, who has been without a club since his contract ended at Los Angeles Galaxy last month, is considering offers from Europe, South America, North America, South Africa, Russia, China and the Middle East - though not in Qatar as earlier believed.

Despite the decision to base his family in London for the benefit of his children’s schooling, the ex-Manchester United man, who has been linked with moves to both West Ham and Queens Park Rangers, is not expected to make a return to the Premier League.

Beckham has become the most in-demand player in the planet, having been linked with a number of sides around the world, including the likes of Paris Saint-Germain and Melbourne Heart to name just a few.

Beckham ended his five-and-a-half year stint at Galaxy in December, having inspired them to two MLS Cups, while the midfielder still has ambitions to own an MLS franchise one day.

Beckham’s glittering career has seen him play for United, Real Madrid and Galaxy, as well as completing loan spells at both Preston and AC Milan. He is also England’s most capped outfield player, having represented his country 115 times.

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