David Beckham to be China's Super League Ambassador
    2013-02-22 10:03:03     CRIENGLISH.com      Web Editor: Fu Yu
It's being reported David Beckham could become an international ambassador for the Chinese Super League. The former England captain is reportedly in talks about promoting Chinese football to the global market.

Former England captain David Beckham is reportedly in talks about promoting Chinese football to the global market by becoming an international ambassador for the Chinese Super League. [Photo: Xinhua]

It's being reported David Beckham could become an international ambassador for the Chinese Super League.

The former England captain is reportedly in talks about promoting Chinese football to the global market.

It is also being reported the 37-year old will be attending a series of promotional events here in China as well.

Previous reports have had Beckham considering a move here to China.

However, those rumors have since been dispelled following his signing with Paris St. Germain.

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