Galaxy superstar to decide on future at the end of the season.
La Galaxy midfielder David Beckham is flattered by the interest from Paris St Germain but will let his family dictate where he will play football next.
The 36-year-old’s current contract expires at the end of the season and has seen clubs in England, France, Brazil and the Middle East all express interest.
PSG, who have been active in the transfer market following their takeover by the Qatar Investment Authority, want to lure the former England captain to the Parc des Princes.
Beckham has worked previously with PSG sporting director Leonardo during two loan spells at AC Milan and has kept a close eye on the French capital.
“I had a good relationship with him when I was in Milan the first time and also when he was manager the second time,” he told sports.fr.
“He’s a great sporting director and a wonderful person.
“I’m flattered that he wants me to come join him and the team in Paris, but I’m a Galaxy player, I live in Los Angeles, I am happy there and I play for them.
“There are great things happening in France at several clubs, but it’s an exciting time for PSG…Leonardo joining them, the money the club has, so it’s an interesting club.”
Beckham has recently become a father for the fourth time and is adamant his family’s considerations will be paramount in deciding where to go next.
“This (the family) is the number one priority, family comes first and where they are happy is where I stay, it’s that simple,” he added.
“My children go to school in LA and have done for five years. They are at the age where stability is important, so we’ll see.
“I always said I will wait until the end of the season, see how I feel physically and then decide.
“There is no urgency on my part obviously. It is important that I focus on the rest of the season.
“We should make the play-offs, we still have two matches to go and I will focus on the season and worry about the rest later.”