Interesting news are out and it has been reported that LA Galaxy midfielder David Beckham’s move to AC Milan has been confirmed.
Milan vice-president Adriano Galliani has revealed that LA Galaxy have agreed a January loan deal that will keep Beckham’s World Cup hopes alive.
England boss Fabio Capello told midfielder Beckham, now age 34, that he would not consider him for the 2010 finals unless he plays in a top European League next year.
Beckham has now clinched his first-choice move — a repeat of last season’s Milan spell where he hit two goals in 18 games.
Galliani told reporters that the agreement for David Beckham has been completed and that LA Galaxy will officially announce the deal in a few hours time.
He added that AC Milan are just waiting for the very last documents but can confirm that Beckham will make the return to AC Milan.
AC Milan coach Leonardo added that he considers Beckham as if he had always been with the club because Beckham has only been away for six months.
Leonardo also said that in any case Beckham will be a player that will contribute a lot, not only on the pitch but also inside the group.