With his days playing soccer behind him, David Beckham is clearly on the lookout for new ways to spend his time.
One way, as it turns out, is teaming with pal Gordon Ramsay to open a sports bar and grill in the Wynn Hotel in Las Vegas, according to the Sun.
"The Strip has never seen such fierce competition for food, but Gordon's places are full seven nights a week," a source tells the newspaper. "When you add David Beckham's global status into the mix, it has the potential to be the most talked-about restaurant in Vegas."
But not so fast, everybody. Beckham's rep insists that the rumors of the Vegas joint venture are completely unfounded, though they are opening a London restaurant, Union Street Cafe, in September.