The former Manchester United midfielder, who is out of contract this month, has reportedly been offered a big-money deal to help boost the profile of the Mexican league
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Club Tijuana owner Jorge Alberto Hank has approached David Beckham's representatives about a move to Mexico, according to Eurosport.
In a bid to improve interest in the Liga Mexicana, Hank is willing to offer the LA Galaxy midfielder nearly €1 million (£850,000) a month.
Other perks would include a private jet for transportation to and from Coronado, California, where the club would provide a house for him valued upwards of €3 million (£2.5m).
Beckham's contract expires later this month and the Galaxy want to extend his deal but French giants Paris Saint-Germain are pursuing the 36-year-old.
Beckham could play his final game for the American club when they meet Houston Dynamo in the MLS Cup on November 20.