featured in 13 matches for PSG
in that time, starting in the first leg of the club's eventual quarter-final Champions League defeat to Barcelona.
"To have him among us, on the pitch or off it, is very important," Al-Khelaifi continued. "It's up to him.
"We'll see what David wants to do. We'd like him to continue with us. He's a man of great quality."
David Beckham 'excited' by joining Paris Saint-Germain
The weekend title win - although still provisional because of a
possible points deduction
after sporting director Leonardo was accused of shoulder-barging a referee - helped Beckham become the first Englishman to claim a league medal in four different countries.
His previous successes were in America with Galaxy, in Spain with Real Madrid and in England with Manchester United.
PSG's triumph was also their first since they were taken over by the investment arm of oil and gas rich nation, Qatar, in 2011.
Since then, hundreds of millions of pounds have been lavished on players such as
Sweden striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic,
Brazil centre-back Thiago Silva and Argentina striker Ezequiel Lavezzi.
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