PHOTOS: David Beckham Spotted in Guangzhou... Again

By Matthew Bossons, March 29, 2019

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Retired football icon David Beckham made an appearance in Guangzhou yesterday, according to numerous Weibo posts. The Brit was allegedly in town for promotional events involving Adidas, although, based on photos circulating online, it appears the retired footballer also took the time to enjoy dim sum at the Four Seasons Hotel Guangzhou.

It’s unclear how long Beckham is hanging around for (chances are he may have already left), but keep your eyes peeled anyway. Who knows, you may catch a glimpse of one of football’s star sons right here in Canton!

Check out some photos from his visit below:

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Image via @o.ojk/Instagram

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Image via @TheBeckhams/Weibo

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Image via @TheBeckhams/Weibo

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Image via @皇马大学生联盟/Weibo

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Image via @皇马大学生联盟/Weibo

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Image via @TheBeckhams/Weibo

Watch footage of Beckham in Canton below (VPN off):

This isn’t Beckham’s first visit to Guangzhou, back in 2016 the Englishman visited town to promote the opening of a new Adidas store and to meet with young football fans at Zhixin Middle and High School.

PHOTOS: David Beckham Captivates Guangzhou

[Cover image via Sohu]

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