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Redknapp mulling move to bring Beckham to QPR

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Associated Press
11/25/2012 9:19:21 AM
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LONDON -- New Queens Park Rangers manager Harry Redknapp is considering making a move to bring David Beckham to the London Premier League club.

The 37-year-old former England captain is leaving the Los Angeles Galaxy after six seasons next month in search of a new challenge.

Redknapp told the BBC he's sure Beckham "could still play in the Premier League," adding: "I've not discussed it with the chairman so we'd have to look at that."

In 2011 Beckham trained during the Major League off-season with Tottenham, which Redknapp was managing at the time.

A day after being hired by QPR, Redknapp said Sunday that Beckham "could still be a great asset to anyone. Just having him round the place, showing people how to train and look after yourself."

David Beckham (Photo: The Canadian Press)

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