Former England captain David Beckham will retire from football at the end of the season, the player's representative has confirmed
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Nathan Delfouneso has been brought into the England Under-21s for next month's European Championship after Callum McManaman pulled out injured.
22-year-old McManaman damaged ankle ligaments in the 4-1 defeat at Arsenal and, although he will not need an operation, faces three months on the sidelines.
Liverpool legend Jamie Carragher will retire after Sunday's match against QPR.
The 35-year-old will receive a guard of honour at Anfield in recognition of his 17 years of loyal service.
HR - Beckham has been a great role model for ages. He's just top class in everything he does. He's a fantastic footballer and top ladFrom @OfficialQPR on Twitter:
Wigan winger Callum McManaman has been ruled out for three months with an ankle injury and will miss this summer's European Under-21 Championship, Latics manager Roberto Martinez has announced.
– Manchester United midfielder Paul Scholes speaking to the Daily Mail
It's a sad day but hopefully David is happy with what he's done.
From the start you knew the quality he had and the professionalism. His range of passing and his free-kicks were brilliant and that was no accident - he was out there practising all day long.
That's our year finished now. I think there's only Ryan Giggs, who was a year older than us, still going as strong as ever.
Speaking to ITV ahead of PSG's Champions League quarter-final against Barcelona last month, David Beckham said he was in no rush to retire.
"I'm 38 years old in May and your body changes so you have to adjust certain things, but I've always looked after myself. I'm not ready to hang my boots up yet."