Victoria and David Beckham have agreed to work with Netflix as part of a series, documenting the footballing legends life and career, according to reports.
Sources suggest that the mega-deal is worth an estimated £16 million.
The series is believed to centre on David, 45, and his journey to international stardom from playing at Manchester United to part-owning Miami CF.
His wife, fashion designer and former singer Victoria, 46, is to also feature in the behind-the-scenes series along with their four children.
Insiders say that the public will see a side to David that they hardly get to see in the media.
Speaking to The Sun, a source said: "David's family are all massive archivers; they've been proudly documenting his career since he was a boy and have kept all the old local newspaper cuttings, school records and team photos throughout the years."
As well as footage filmed by his close relatives during his younger days, it's said that the programme will also look at the early relationship of David and Victoria.
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"Needless to say, David is bound to come off brilliantly while viewers will get to see Victoria's quick wit.
"A camera crew will also document David’s life now, following him around the globe as he fulfils various business ventures," the mole added.
Exclusive interviews with David's nearest and dearest are also set to air with sons Brooklyn, 21, Romeo, 18, Cruz, 15, and daughter Harper Seven, nine, dishing the dirt on their dad.
It's believed that the first episode will be launched showing footage of David playing a game of football with his beloved dad, Ted.
Teammates from his Man United, England and Inter Milan days including Cristiano Ronaldo, Ryan Giggs and Gary Neville are also expected to face a grilling for the series.
As well as his career, some of David's fashion and hairstyle highlights will also be discussed.
David has previously launched his own production company, Studio 99, which is reportedly producing the series.
It's claimed that the series will not air until 2022.
David and Victoria's representatives have been approached for comment.
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