Brand Beckham is due to provide the Ex England Captain with even more sponsorship opportunities now he has decided to retire given involvement with a number of charities.
Beckham, 38, who signed a five-month deal at Paris St-Germain in January, joined Manchester United as a trainee in 1991, making his first-team debut the following year and signing his first professional contract in 1993. He went on to make 394 appearances for United, winning six Premier League titles and the Champions League, and 115 for England.
Not bad as ex Newcastle player Chris Waddle says Beckham is not one of the top 1,000 players of the last 40 years!
Is he on another planet you do not play for United and Real Madrid if you are an "average" player as there a few players even now that can drop a ball on a six pence.
The ex-Manchester United midfielder is retiring at the end of the season.
QPR manager Harry Redknapp was in charge at Spurs when Beckham trained with them in 2011.
He said: "He was down to earth, everybody loved him, he treated everybody with great respect and he had time for everyone. He's had a fantastic career and is an absolute top-class fella."
"He's been a great role model for any young footballer."
Redknapp is surely a better judge and the FA will no doubt use "Sir" Beckham as an ambassador of the modern game.