The new manager of Queens Park Rangers, Harry Redknapp admits talks with David Beckham about his possible return to the Premier.
Harry Redknapp runs the Queens Park Rangers for just two days, following the dismissal last Friday of Welsh Mark Hughes. After watching his team succumbed this weekend against Manchester United (3-1) and bottom club in the Premier continues, the Englishman has taken up the issue and has taken the reins London revealing contacts with David Beckham take him to QPR.
The former England captain would put back towards the Premier League. In fact, at 37, Beckham’s LA Galaxy will next week, coinciding with the end of season soccer American, ending six years in the MSL. The English newspapers Daily Star and The Sun report the statements of Harry Redknapp to the BBC, where QPR coach would have begun to pull strings for Beckham to be brought to London.
Redknapp himself has confirmed the interest from the veteran midfielder and is convinced that he can return to play in the best league in England. “I’m sure David can play in the Premier League because he is a top player and a fantastic person,” said Redknapp. However, the Spanish coach explained that still has not spoken to the president of the club but stresses that it is something that should “consider”.