PSG star would welcome return to Roy Hodgson’s England squad.
Former England captain David Beckham would welcome the chance to play for the national team again according to BBC Sport.
The 38-year old recently joined Ligue 1 giants PSG after his contract expired with MLS side LA Galaxy and the player has been putting in some impressive performances for the French club, leading some to suggest Beckham could still perform a role for the England national side.
Beckham’s PSG team mate, Swedish striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic, recently insisted that the former England star remains in better physical condition that many of the club’s 25 year old players.
Beckham is the most capped outfield player for the Three Lions, appearing for England on 115 occasions but has not featured for the side since October 2009.
The player has insisted he has not retired from the national team and would snap up the chance to pull on the shirt alongside Roy Hodgson’s men.
Beckham is the last remaining Englishman playing in the Champions League, with PSG set to face off against Barcelona on Tuesday.
The midfielder has largely appeared from the bench since joining PSG in January but the club’s management have reportedly been so impressed with him that they are keen to offer him a new contract that goes beyond his current six month deal.