They already own a sprawling Los Angeles mansion most people would die for.
But, despite living there for less than a decade, it turns out David and still aren't satisfied when it comes to their California crash pad - after claims they're selling it to make way for a bigger, better property.
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According to a report in The Sun, the power couple have formally listed their £24 million home for sale after deciding the generous 13,000 sq feet isn't enough for the famous family-of-five.
The news comes just 9 years after the Beckhams bought the nine-bathroom home in enviable Bel Air for a whopping £14 million.
In addition to its prime location, the mansion - which they procured when David first signed his LA Galaxy deal for a rumoured £120 million - also boasts 1.25 acres of land, palm trees and a swimming pool.
A source told the Sun on Sunday: "Victoria and David have both had concerns over the house for some time – especially about its size.
"The garden is too small for football and the boys have to go round their friend's houses – usually either Gordon Ramsey or Elton John – to have a kick-about.
(Holland Park home)
"The private driveway is also relatively small. The house has been on the market for a long time and David and Victoria are actively looking for a bigger place."
Rumours suggest that Stan Kroenke, the largest shareholder of Arsenal FC, is a potential buyer - even though the asking price is DOUBLE what David and Victoria originally paid.
The Mirror have contacted a representative for the Beckhams, but are yet to receive a response.
The Beckhams previously owned a sprawling home in Hertfordshire for 13 years - dubbed Beckingham Palace - which they sold in 2012 for £11.5million and have retained a home in Los Angeles where they spend most holidays.
The family, including four children Brooklyn, 17, Romeo, 13, Cruz, 11, and Harper five also live in a West London mansion in Holland Park.