David Beckham had no thoughts of retirement before Galaxy exit

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Beckham wants a new challenge

David Beckham insists he can still play "at a high level" as he prepares to leave MLS side LA Galaxy.

As well as interest from Paris St Germain, the 37-year-old midfielder is wanted by clubs in Russia, China, Australia and Brazil.

"Even at 37, I can play at a high level," he said. "Retirement isn't something I'm thinking about yet.

"I have exciting opportunities on the table so I'll make the decision once I've discussed it with my family."

The former Manchester United, Real Madrid and AC Milan midfielder will make a decision on his future by mid-December once his six-year stint is over with the Galaxy.

Beckham turned down a move to big-spending PSG in November last year. The French club remain interested in the former England captain, but coach Carlo Ancelotti maintains there has been no formal bid.

Australian side Melbourne Heart claim they are in talks with Beckham over a "10-game stint" but his representatives have denied he has any plans to play in the A League.

Beckham, who won 115 England caps, started his career at Manchester United and left Old Trafford for Real Madrid in 2003 before joining the Galaxy in 2007. He has also had two on-loan spells with AC Milan.

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