Bolivian club Boliva are planning a shock move to bring former England captain David Beckham out of retirement, according to the Daily Mirror.

The South American club are owned by mega rich Billionaire Marcelo Claure and he will fund a huge contract offer for Beckham should he be persuaded to don his boots once again.

The 38 year old finished his playing career at PSG last season and has stated that he is in the hunt to buy or form an MLS side.

That idea may be shelved though as Beckham could be tempted out of retirement to play in a fourth different country and third different continent.

Claure tweeted a picture of Beckham holding a Boliva shirt last year and claimed then that he would try and make the iconic legend one of his players, but now the wheels are in motion to make that a reality and the former Manchester United winger could make the headlines once again.

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