- David Beckham who is Manchester United legend has agreed to be the face of the Qatar 2022 World Cup
- The Englishman has signed a massive deal that will earn him N84.8billion ahead of the biggest global football tournament
- Beckham during his active playing time was one of the best wingers in the world going by his performances in England and Spain
David Beckham who is Manchester United and Real Madrid legend has agreed to be the face of the Qatar 2022 World Cup sealing massive £150million which is around N84.8billion.
The former England international is no doubt one of the best forwards during his active playing days considering his contributions in the Premier League and also the Spanish La Liga.
Qatari government then decided to contact David Beckham for the Englishman to be their ambassador for the next decade and they will soon unveil him as the face of the World Cup.
The reports added that source explained that David Beckham is happy with the current deal he signed with Qatar.
Statement made by the source
“David believes in Qatar’s commitment to progress and that the World Cup — the first to be held in the Arab world — can effect significant positive change.
“He strongly believes in the power of football to bridge differences but, crucially, has seen the progress on issues that matter.”
David Beckham joins 2 other Man United legends in the Premier League Hall of Fame
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how David Beckham becomes the third Manchester United legend to be inducted into the Premier League Hall of Fame.
The 46-year-old was a household name during his 11-year reign at Old Trafford winning 12 major titles in the process.
He has now joined fellow Red Devils icons Eric Cantona and Roy Keane, while Alan Shearer and Thierry Henry are the founding members.
Dennis Bergkamp, Frank Lampard, and Steven Gerard have also been named in the group of exceptional players during their playing days.
Beckham grew through the ranks at United and made his first-team debut appearance in September 1992.
He was part of the Sir Alex Ferguson team that won three titles including the Champions League at the end of the 1998-99 season.
The former England winger still holds the Premier League record for most goals from free-kicks despite last playing in the league in 2003.