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David Beckham signs for Netflix to launch his own documentary series


Although he retired from the playing fields several years ago, the former soccer player david beckham He remains one of the best-known faces in and out of the sports world. His life and career continue to raise interest among fans and the media, and it seems that the former player of teams like Man Utdthe real Madrid or the Paris Saint-Germain still has a lot to tell has just signed a deal with Netflix to release its own documentary series.

Beckham himself announced it through Instagram, in a post in which he was enthusiastic about the project. “I am excited to confirm that I am partnering with Netflix on a documentary series about my life and career. The series will include unreleased archives, untold stories, as well as interviews with the people who have been a part of my journey.”the British athlete explained excitedly.

The audiovisual product will review both his professional career and his personal lifealso delving into his humble origins in East London and will also recount how he experienced his sudden rise to stardom.

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It is expected, therefore, that figures close to the famous midfielder will also appear on the small screen, such as Gary Neville, Ryan Giggs, Cristiano Ronaldo or Victoria Beckham, former Spice Girl and wife of the protagonist of the documentary series.

The name or release date of the production is still unknown, but it is known that they will be in charge John Battsek and Fisher Stevens, two great Hollywood producers and Oscar winners. In addition, according to the English newspaper ‘The Sun’, the deal set for the filming would reach 18 million eurossome millionaire benefits that the ex-soccer player’s family would pocket.

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Beckham thus joins the ‘boom’ of sports documentarieswhich are increasingly popular and have already told the story of many other benchmarks, such as Michael Jordan, Sergio Ramos, Muhammad Ali, Antoine Griezmann and Carolina Marin.

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