World football legend and global brand himself, David Beckham, will join Paris St. Germain for the remainder of the 2012/13 season after a deal was announced on the final day of the January winter transfer window.
Beckham, 37, has left his mark on a number of clubs around the world, but will join the French powerhouse now after leaving Los Angeles Galaxy in December.
Twitter, understandably, had it's fair share of commentary on the deal—how and why it took place as well as the possible reasons behind his move.
Eurosport were the first to break the news of Beckham's departure, with the English legend set to have a medical at the French club.
The Guardian then posted photos of Beckham's arrival for the medical.
Daily Telegraph writer Henry Winter shared just how much a "slap in the face" Beckham's transfer was for Great Britain manager Stuart Pearce.
Beckham announced that all of his money earned from his time at PSG will be going to local children's charity in France (per The Telegraph).
Bleacher Report lead writer and editor Will Tidey voiced his take on that decision by the 37-year-old.
However, ESPN's James Tyler wasn't as laudatory of it.
Did David Beckham make the right move in choosing PSG?
Comment below or hit me up on Twitter: Follow @dantalintyre