During the summer transfer window the former Manchester United man was linked with a potential move to Tottenham and even Arsenal and Chelsea were mentioned as potential avenues of employment, but who would welcome the 34 year old to their club?
England midfielder David Beckham has suggested that he could make a return to the Premier League.
He is midway through a five-year deal with LA Galaxy but wants a new club when Major League Soccer season is closed between November and March.
“Everyone knows I will be planning to come back to Europe,” said the 34-year-old former Manchester United star.
Asked whether that would be in England he told BBC Radio: “I don’t know, there are a few options, put it that way.”
Last season Beckham spent a successful five-month loan spell at AC Milan, and the Italian club are keen to recruit him again.
He is anxious to maintain a high level of fitness to claim a place in Fabio Capello’s England squad ahead of the World Cup finals in 2010. (BBC Sport)
Clearly his American adventure has started to turn sour so perhaps a move to the Premier League is on the cards, that is if AC Milan don’t come calling. Would it be an expensive mistake for a Premier League club to foot the bill for the veteran or could such a move be a player worth taking a risk on?