Rangers were reported to be readying an approach for the former England skipper once his contract with LA Galaxy expires in November.
But Amit Bhatia, vice-chairman of QPR Holdings, insists it's false.
"There's absolutely no truth in it," Bhatia told West London Sport. "David Beckham is a great player and I hope in the next few years we'll be signing players of such stature, but not now."
Beckham's deal with the Galaxy runs out at the end of the current MLS campaign and he has so far refused to extend his stay in the USA.
That has prompted much speculation about the 36-year-old's next destination and Rangers are one club who could potentially meet his wage demands following Tony Fernandes' takeover at Loftus Road.