The script was Hollywood made.
After years of underachieving and underwhelming performances, David Beckham finally delivered that necessary championship to cap his five-year Stateside odyssey.
His gargantuan contract was coming to a close and Beckham had seemingly washed aside all the disappointment of the previous four years with a fitting goodbye to the league he undoubtedly helped grow.
However, like the final installation of the Lord of the Rings trilogy, this flick seemingly won’t end.
Beckham’s contract with the MLS expired Dec. 31. Whether he returns to the Los Angeles Galaxy is still unclear, but one thing has crystallized: Becks won’t be going to Paris.
Paris St- Germain, long rumored to be Beckham’s European landing spot, is no longer an option.
“David was very interested in coming to Paris,” said PSG manager Leonardo. “But the welfare of his family in Los Angeles, the wish not to change everything in his life, weighed heavily.”
PSG president Nasser al-Khelaifi...