London - David Beckham is set to become a sports pundit.
The 40-year-old former footballer - who retired from the game in 2013 - has hinted that he may become a regular guest on Sky Sports after he uploaded a photograph online of him being interviewed by Kirsty Gallacher for a special episode to mark the channel's 25-year anniversary.
Writing on Instagram, he said: "Enjoyed visiting the @skysports studio today to do a special show with @gallacherkirsty can't believe @skysports is nearly 25 years old. It's been the home of many incredible sporting moments and some very personal ones for me also. (sic)"
A photo posted by David Beckham (@davidbeckham) on Mar 23, 2016 at 3:14am PDT
And this career move certainly won't be uncommon as former footballer Gary Neville also made the switch.
Speaking to the Star newspaper, Jessica Bridges from Ladbrokes bookmakers said: "It's not often Becks follows in Neville's footsteps but the odds firmly suggest he's in the hot seat for a spot in the Sky Sports studio."
Meanwhile, David - who has children Brooklyn, 17, Romeo, 13, Cruz, 11, and Harper, four, with wife Victoria - has made no secret of the fact he's missing the game.
He said previously: "I miss soccer every day. I don't know whether it's the athlete in me, or the passion I have for the game: I always think that I can step back on the field and play... You know, maybe I could play another year in the US. If I was still living in LA, I'd probably really seriously think about coming back for a year. But we're living in London, and the kids are happy in the school..."
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