David Beckham is seeking a 10-game guest stint to play in the A-League, according to a report this morning.
Fox Sports says the former England captain has been offered to several A-League clubs. But the Perth Glory isn't one of them.
Beckham, 37, who earns a reported $US4m a year with LA Galaxy, would become available once the Major League Soccer season ends in two weeks' time.
The report says Melbourne and Sydney are his two most likely destinations, although any deal would require the financial support of Football Federation Australia.
Glory chief executive Paul Kelly told thewest.com.au he had not fielded calls from anyone in the former England star’s camp.
Kelly said he would be willing to speak to anyone, but will not chase Beckham.
“If someone’s prepared to ring me and have a chat to me about it, certainly I will,” Kelly said.
“We’ve had nothing concrete but as always we’re happy to speak to anyone.”
Fourth-placed Glory host A-League new boys Western Sydney Wanderers in their round-seven fixture at nib Stadium on Sunday.