They reckon the football legend would be perfect for the role of the super-spy now he has turned to acting.
David has already been cast alongside Harvey Keitel in a short film, Outlaws, made by the Belstaff leather brand.
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He also has a speaking role in Guy Ritchie’s movie Knights of the Roundtable, which will be released next year.
Fans have taken to Twitter to call for David to take over as Bond when Daniel Craig steps down.
One said: “Give David Beckham a few hours acting lessons and boom. The new James Bond.”
Daniel, 47, has hinted that the latest film Spectre might be his last as Bond.
When asked if he would make his return as the famous spy, he said: “I don’t know. I really don’t know. But we’ll see.”
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