Premier League new boys Queens Park Rangers are keeping tabs on former Manchester United and England midfielder David Beckham for a possible January move, according to reports in The Sun.
QPR's new owner, Malaysian tycoon Tony Fernandes, has made funds available to boss Neil Warnock who has strengthened his side bringing in the likes of, Joey Barton, Shaun Wright-Phillips, and Anton Ferdinand.
However Fernandes and Warnock are both eyeing up a move for Beckham, when the MLS seasons ends in January.
The former England captain his keen to feature for the Great Britain football team at the London 2012 Olympics, and QPR are ready to offer Beckham regular first team football ahead of the tournament next summer.
During his time with LA Galaxy, Beckham has had loan spells with AC Milan, and has trained with Arsenal and Tottenham to keep his match fitness up.
Fernandes knows bringing the 36-year-old to Loftus Road will come at a price, but feels shirt and merchandise sales will cover the costs of bring Beckham to west London.
Beckham's contract with the MLS club runs out at the end of this season, and the side are yet to offer him a new deal and he is yet to commit his future to the club.
It is believed Tottenham boss Harry Redknapp will also be keen to bring Beckham back to Spurs, after the set piece specialist trained with the side last winter.
However, according to a Rangers source: "Tony promised Neil Warnock plenty of support in the transfer market and proved that in the recent window.
"But bringing Beckham back to England next month would top the lot - and it's not a pipe-dream."
during his time in England with Manchester united Beckham won numerous trophies including, six Premier League titles, two FA Cups and the Champions League.
So far this season in the MLS Beckham has made 13 appearances for the Galaxy and has scored twice.