Beckham: I would never play for another Premier League club other than Manchester United

The 37-year-old ended months of speculation regarding his future by joining Paris Saint-Germain on Thursday, and announced that he would never sign for any other English club
New Paris Saint-Germain signing David Beckham has revealed that he snubbed a number of offers from Premier League clubs during the January transfer window, insisting the only English team he would play for again is former side Manchester United.

The 37-year-old, who enjoyed a 10-year spell at Old Trafford before moving to Real Madrid in 2003, signed a five-month deal with the Ligue 1 giants on Thursday.

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The deadline-day move brought to an end two months of speculation regarding the midfielder's future, with West Ham, Tottenham and QPR all having previously been linked with the veteran.

"I was successful with Manchester United and always said I'd never want to play for another English club," Beckham told reporters at a press conference to announce his move to PSG.

"I had a lot of history with Manchester United. It's the team I support and the team I dreamt of playing for.

"I'm very honoured by the offers I had from other Premier League clubs but I didn't want to play there unless it was for Manchester United."