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David Beckham's teammate wants to take him shopping
Back in his uniform: David Beckham wears staple style Baker Boy cap after training for the first time with Paris Saint-Germain
He's made a number of important changes in his life over the last few weeks.
Not only has David Beckham moved his family over to London from Los Angeles but he's signed to play for Paris Saint-Germain football team.
And it seems the footballing super star is settling in to both.
The 37-year-old, who is known for his looks and fashion conscious ways, appears to have developed a staple style since being back in cold England.
Beckham has been seen on numerous occasions over the last fortnight sporting a Baker Boy cap with a coat.
And Monday morning was no different as he showed off the look once again.
Fancy seeing you here: One lucky fan asked David to stop for a photo after bumping into him during his morning stroll
London style: David kept warm in his smart casual get-up as he made his way around the city
David was seen walking along the streets of the British capital in his smart/casual ensemble.
He matched his cap with a black coat over a chunky grey jumper and jeans, finishing it off with a pair of brown leather shoes.
Beckham looked more camera shy than usual as he put his head down to attempt to go incognito.
But he was more than happy to stop at the request of a fan who asked him for a photo on her phone.
Time off: His outing came a day after he was seen training for the first time with his new football club, Paris Saint-Germain
Morning walk: David has been spotted wearing very similar get-ups since moving back to his native country
Head down: He appeared to want to go incognito as he strolled along the streets
Fan favourite: David's hat disguise didn't go unnoticed with one ecstatic fan who asked him to stop for a picture
His outing came a day after his first training session for his new football club.
David was seen on Sunday in full kit training at a London football pitch.
Looking pleased to be back at work, David looked in a jovial mood as he smiled during his run around.
And in his other uniform: David spent his Sunday carrying out his first training session for Paris Saint-Germain in London
Practice makes perfect: The football superstar put on his kit as he got back into action
He wrapped up in the red and black kit while keeping his hair off his face with a black beanie hat.
And it seems he's already made friends with his team mates.
The handsome athlete has moved to french team Paris Saint Germain, and their player Zlatan Ibrahimovic is hoping to welcome the fashionable star to the club and pass on some of his own fashion advice.
He said: 'He is a very fashionable guy and he will love Paris.
It's good to be back: Beckham smiled as he got back to his favourite activity as he preps his return
David Beckham’s financial footwork in moving to France was hailed as equal to his football skills yesterday after experts suggested that the deal had been structured to avoid a big tax bill.
The former England captain’s move to Paris Saint-Germain saw him dribble past France’s tax regime last week while portraying himself as a philanthropist. When he signed for the Qatari-owned PSG, Beckham, 37, announced that he would donate his wages — understood to be €800,000 a month (£695,000) — to a childrens charity
He made the move back to Europe after seven years at LA Galaxy, but it appears David Beckham isn't overly keen to settle in Paris straight away.
The former England star was seen training this week in London, rather than in the French capital with his team-mates.
It may be that the 37-year-old wants to get back into peak condition before he lets the younger members of the club see him in action
domingo, 3 de febrero de 2013
Victoria and David Beckham make separate outings in different parts of London, England on Friday (February 1).
The 38-year-old fashion designer was spotted leaving an office building, while the 37-year-old soccer star stopped to sign autographs on the street.
The day before, David made the announcement that he would be playing soccer with the Paris Saint-Germainteam and donating his salary to a children’s charity in Paris.
“It’s something exciting and something I’m not sure has been done before,”David told CNN.
15+ pictures inside of Victoria andDavid Beckham out separately after his PSG announcement…
David Beckham doubled up on layers to keep warm in London today. Since he left the LA Galaxy, David's been settling back into life in the UK. Although he's no longer with American MLS, he's not avoiding the sport altogether. Yesterday, David returned to the soccer field to train with London's Arsenal.
Though David's undecided about where he'll play in the future — he intends to decide within the next month — he's keeping his skills sharp. David asked to train with Arsenal, and the team's manager,Arsène Wenger, says there's slim chance of their signing him, but he's great to have around nonetheless. Arsène said of David, "He always has a good word for everyone. The young English players especially look at him and take his advice on board. He has done the maximum in his career that you can do. Why? Because he loves football. He arrives before training and, after training, he stays and plays."
Aside from getting back to soccer, David's focused on other work duties. Earlier this week, David made a trip to Spain to film a commercial for Adidas inMarbella. His busy week comes after a weekend of family fun — he and his wife, Victoria Beckham, took their three boys to a Cirque du Soleil performance atRoyal Albert Hall.
David Beckham will officially join Paris St. Germain! He confirmed the news with a press event at the club's Parc des Princes stadium today. David told reporters his family will stay in the UK. He said, "My wife and children will be staying in London because the children are in school there." He also added that his rumored one-million-dollar-a-month salary will go to charity. Earlier today,