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David Beckham is giving all his wages from PSG to a children's charity! In light of this incredible gesture, take a look back at his career
David Beckham's parents were huge Manchester United fans, regularly making the journey up with David in his childhood. They must have been very proud when Becks was signed by the club he supports, Manchester United, as a 14-year-old. He made his debut at the tender age of 16.
David received his first international call-up to England for a World Cup qualifying match against Moldova on 1 September 1996. Little did we know what a talisman he would go on to become...
David realised his boyhood dream when he won the coveted Champions League with Manchester United in 1999. 'The best memory of my career came in 1999, no doubt, when Manchester United won the treble,' said Becks to The Sun last year. David would win six Premier League titles with United,
David signed a boot deal with Adidas back in 1998 and he hasn't looked back since, remaining one of the brand's ambassadors to this day.
David Beckham received a red card against Argentina at World Cup 1998 in a game England went on to lose on penalties. Becks was unfairly vilified by the press, and had to work hard to become the national treasure we know and love today.
David was made England caption in 2000. One of his most famous goals for England came as he scored a spectacular free-kick to make it 2-2 against Greece on October 6th 2001 to seal England's qualification to World Cup 2002 - as well as securing his own status as a national hero.
David Beckham signed for the illustrious Real Madrid in July 2003 for £25 million. A fan favourite, Forbes reported that Beckham had been the main reason behind the club's staggering $600 million merchandise revenue during his four years at the club.
David Beckham signed for AC Milan on loan for two separate spells in 2009 and 2010 - we're sure Victoria enjoyed the shopping in the fashionable city!
After finally winning La Liga with Real Madrid in 2007, a triumphant David and the Beckham family made their way to California...
David won his milestone 100th cap for England on March 26th, 2008 - a feat that only five players have ever managed.
In 2007, David Beckham signed a deal with Californian team LA Galaxy worth a staggering $6.5 million a year.
David Beckham celebrates finally winning the MLS Cup with LA Galaxy in his fifth year with the club. This year's MLS Cup final will be David's final game as an LA Galaxy player.