A large number of clubs are already beginning to make offers to sign David Beckham, after he recently announced considering coming out of retirement and returning to football, Daily Star reports.
The Manchester United and England legend has had inquiries from teams in Bolivia, China, Colombia, Japan, the USA, and Australia and if reports of his return are confirmed, additional offers will surely be on the way.
A source said: “The offers have come flooding in for David from all around the world.”
However, many believe that if he does make a return, it will most likely be with his own MLS Miami franchise, as a Player-Owner when he officially opens the club in 2017.
The source added: “David would be unique in US football as an owner and player. Even if he did just 20 minutes for a few games the crowds would roll in.”
Beckham has also already been in talks with a Bolivian club regarding his availability to play in the Copa Liberadores, with their chief confirming this rumour.
Club Bolivar chief Marcelo Claure, a friend of Becks, said: “I have spoken to David about playing. We have never closed the door on this. It’s a dream.”