David Beckham loan move likely

The Sport Review staff
By The Sport Review staff
David Beckham"There is a good probability that Beckham will arrive at Milan,"

David Beckham

David Beckham is ‘likely’ to make a return to Serie A club AC Milan in January according to the Italian club’s vice president Adriano Galliani.

Galliani remains confident that the English 34-year-old will move to the San Siro in January and stay on until June, as he did last year.

Should he secure a loan move to Milan, Beckham will look to stake his claim for inclusion in Fabio Capello’s England World Cup squad for South Africa.

Speaking at the ‘Sportel’ convention in Monte Carlo, Galliani said: “There is a good probability that Beckham will arrive at Milan on loan until June 30, but nothing is certain until there is a signature,” he told La Repubblica.

Beckham made 18 appearances whilst on loan at Milan last season, scoring two goals in the process.

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