Inter Miami co-owner David Beckham has been named on the 22-man potential inductees list as far as the Premier League Hall of Fame is concerned. Beckham played in the Premier League in the colours of Manchester United for a period of nine years between 1994 and 2003.

During his time at Old Trafford, David Beckham attained legendary status at the club winning six Premier League titles in the process. In addition, he also won the Champions League title at the club at the end of the 1998/99 season. Beckham was an important member of the Manchester United squad that won an unprecedented treble at the end of the 1998/99 campaign. In addition to the Champions League that season, Beckham and Manchester United also won the league title and the FA Cup title.

Apart from David Beckham, the other Premier League legends on the list are Tony Adams (Arsenal) , Ashley Cole (Arsenal and Chelsea), Didier Drogba (Chelsea), Steven Gerrard (Liverpool), Frank Lampard (West Ham United and Chelsea), Ian Wright (Arsenal), Paul Scholes (Manchester United), Andy Cole (Manchester United, Blackburn Rovers, Newcastle United and Manchester City), Dennis Bergkamp (Arsenal), Sol Campbell (Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur), Eric Cantona (Leeds United and Manchester United), Les Ferdinand (Newcastle United and Tottenham Hotspur), Rio Ferdinand (Leeds United and Manchester United).

The other inductees are Robbie Fowler (Liverpool), Matthew Le Tissier (Southampton), Roy Keane (Manchester United), Michael Owen (Liverpool, Stoke City, Newcastle United and Manchester United), Patrick Vieira (Arsenal), NemanjaVidic (Manchester United), Peter Schmeichel (Manchester United) and Robin Van Persie (Arsenal and Manchester United.

Fans are expected to vote to select the six Premier League legends that will join Thierry Henry and Alan Shearer as Hall of Fame inductees. The voting closes on May 9 as announced by the Premier League.