David Beckham wants Champions League swansong
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"My career has never been about money," insisted Beckham, who has a net worth of $260 million dollars, according to Forbes.
"I'm not money-motivated, I just want to play for the best team and with the best players. I know I will miss it when I finish playing.
"When I got my Achilles injury and I was out for six or seven months it gave me time to realise what it would be like. I kind of got a taste of it then and I didn't like it.
"It's going to happen at some point but ... I've got four kids so it's not like I'm not going to be busy."
Becoming an owner or part of the LA Galaxy ownership structure appeals more than becoming a manager to Beckham, who won six Premier League titles with United and one La Liga championship at Real Madrid.
"I'd like to be an owner because I don't want to be a manager," he said, also hinting at a possible future role as an ambassador for United.
"I love playing and coaching but I would rather be an owner." (Reporting by Alastair Himmer in Tokyo; Editing by Patrick Johnston)
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