Warnock not ruling out Beckham

BY foxsports • November 21, 2011

Beckham savoured success on Sunday night as Los Angeles Galaxy beat Houston Dynamo to claim the MLS title, but his contract with the American club is now set to expire. The former England captain's future has become the subject of intense speculation, with Paris Saint-Germain interested in taking him to the French capital if he decides not to stay with the Galaxy. Beckham has also been linked with a return to the Premier League and ambitious QPR owner Tony Fernandes has made no secret of his admiration for the 36-year-old. Warnock stated last week that he was not considering Beckham as an option, and he remains sceptical about whether a move will materialise. However, the QPR boss recognises that it would be wrong to rule out anything with Fernandes at the helm. "I personally can't see where he is going to get in the team at the moment, and I can't see him wanting to come as a squad player," Warnock told Sky Sports News. Asked if it was conceivable that Beckham would end up at Loftus Road, Warnock added: "Anything is conceivable, with the guys in charge. "We weren't far away from Scott Parker on deadline day and we took the six or seven players that we did."

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