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Tottenham Hotspur boss Harry Redknapp is still interested in signing David Beckham, but concedes he may not be able to offer him the first-team football he desires.

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Beckham, 36, will come to the end of his contract with Los Angeles Galaxy in two weeks' time at the end of the MLS season and is expected to have a host of offers to return to Europe in January. Along with Spurs, ambitious Paris St Germain have also been linked.

But Redknapp feels the former England captain will only join a club which will give him adequate playing time, which may not be the case at White Hart Lane.

Redknapp told the Sunday Mirror: "David's a fantastic player and a great influence in and around the club. He's someone that I have always admired and is a great role model.

"I would take him, for sure but my dilemma is being able to guarantee him first-team football. I have an abundance of talent in midfield so it's difficult to work out how and when I can play him."


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