Becks looks for Premier League return.
LA Galaxy midfielder David Beckham won’t rule out starting the season in England.
Chelsea and Tottenham are keen to bring the former Manchester United star back to the Premiership.
The News of the World says there is no chance of Beckham breaking his contract with Galaxy but the Americans might be tempted if a top English side makes an offer.
A source in the Beckham camp said: “Ideally, he would like to go back to Milan before Christmas but they have not done anything about it.
“He’s 34, so a full Premier League season might be a bit tough, but you can never say never.”
The Source: (News of the World as reported on tribalfootball.com)
So it appears that David Beckham may well be giving up on the idea of a move back to the San Siro after Carlo Ancelotti left the club followed by the high profile exit of Kaka. The former Manchester United man has proven in his half season loan at AC Milan that he still has what it takes to play at the highest level, albeit perhaps not on a week in week out basis.
Clearly he may favour a move to Stamford Bridge to reunite with his former boss but could also like the idea of a move to White Hart Lane where he would presumably have more of a chance at playing regularly something he will be keen to do so as to convince Fabio Capello that he should be on the plane bound for South Africa for the 2010 World Cup.