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David Beckham has had his first training session with new club Paris Saint-Germain.
Dressed in his brand new PSG gear and a warm hat in the near-freezing temperatures, the 37-year-old midfielder hit the ground running.
The 50-minute session only involved players who did not feature in PSG's Champions League last 16 first-leg victory over Valencia yesterday.
Beckham, who will wear the No. 32 shirt, is likely to be included in the squad for the first time when they host arch-rivals Olympique Marseille on February 24.
Earlier this week, coach Carlo Ancelotti said that Beckham needed to improve his fitness.
David Ginola has told ITV Daybreak, that bringing David Beckham into French football, is a "great move."
He added that Beckham is the symbol of football across the world, and how "amazing" it is to have him play for a French team.
The 37-year-old signed for French football team Paris Saint-Germain on a five-month contract, donating his entire salary to a Paris charity.
The people of Paris have welcomed the news that David Beckham has signed for French football giants Paris Saint-Germain on a five-month contract.
Speaking to ITV Daybreak, they said "he is a great image for football", and were pleased that he had signed for the French team.
The 37-year-old revealed he will donate his entire salary to a Paris charity.
Victoria Beckham has spoken of her “pride” at husband David’s move to Paris Saint-Germain and said she was “delighted” the midfielders’ wages would go to charity.
She said: "Myself and the children are incredibly proud and supportive of David and we are excited about spending time as a family in Paris over the coming weeks.
"We are passionate about supporting children's charities, and donating to a local children's charity in Paris is something we are delighted to do."
David Beckham will wear 32 for Paris Saint-Germain, the same shirt number he had during his spell at AC Milan.
The football world has been reacting to David Beckham's move to Paris Saint-Germain and the decision to give his salary to charity.
David Beckham has revealed that he will not be paid during his five months at Paris Saint-Germain.
His salary will go to a local children's charity in Paris - although the identity of the charity and the sum were not revealed.
David Beckham has revealed he will need to work on his French after moving to PSG.
He said: "I haven’t spoken French for quite a few years, since I was at school. I’m definitely going to have to brush up on it.
"I’m excited, it’s [the move is] something we’ve worked and talked about for quite a while and now it’s finally happened.
"My wife and children will be staying in London because my children go to school there now."
He added: "I chose Paris because I can see what the club are trying to do, I can see the players the club is trying to bring in."
David Beckham has been unveiled at Paris Saint-Germain after joining the French club in a five-month deal.
Footballer Stephen Irwin tweeted a picture of David Beckham on the plane as he made his way over to France.