Reportedly, David Beckham could be in line for an ambassadorial role at Manchester United if Sheikh Jassim of Qatar successfully completes the club’s takeover.
This potential role for the former England captain is said to be contingent on Jassim gaining control of the club.
The Glazers had put Manchester United up for sale nearly a year ago, with multiple bids from Jassim and Sir Jim Ratcliffe, but a resolution remains elusive.
While attending the Qatar Formula One Grand Prix, Beckham emphasized the need for stability at the club and hinted at his connections to potential buyers for his former team.
“We are one of the, if not the biggest club in the world. We want stability,” he told Sky Sports.
“I think that’s the most important thing.
“We all have our favourites of who we feel needs to run the club and look after the club to take it back to where it belongs.
“In our eyes, in the fans eyes, we are number one. We want to be back at the top and I believe I know the right people to do that so we’ll see!”