The LA Galaxy midfielder is expected to move back to Europe after the end of the MLS season, with the big-spending Ligue 1 outfit one of the leaders for his signature
The LA Galaxy midfielder is widely expected to return to Europe following the culmination of the MLS season, with the big-spending French outfit one of the many sides interested.
The Argentina international would welcome the former Manchester United and Real Madrid man to the Parc des Princes if the move was to happen.
"Beckham could bring us his big experience, his experience of winning," Pastore told L'Equipe.
"Talking with him would be rewarding. Beckham has a presence that is impressive. Here, at PSG, no one displays a record of achievements and a background of his calibre."
The 22-year-old had an impressive start to his time in France, but has received criticism for recent performances, something which does not worry Pastore.
"Critics who seek me now are normal. Since the game against Lyon, I have went back twice to Argentina with the national team and travel has affected me physically," he stated.
Despite the capital city side topping the Ligue 1 standings, pressure has increased on coach Antoine Kombouare after a recent dip in form, which the attacking midfielder is used to in his homeland.
"Personally, I would not disrupt things. Here things are going well. We have only lost two games in Ligue 1.
"This may surprise people in France to hear that a coach can be ruled out because he lost a match, but it's something I'm used to growing up in Argentina," he concluded.