David Beckham ‘always welcome at AC Milan’

The Sport Review staff
By The Sport Review staff
david beckham ac milanBeckham praised by AC Milan vice-president Adriano Galliani

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David Beckham has been told by Adriano Galliani, the AC Milan vice-president, that the Serie A club’s door will always be open for the English midfielder.

The former Manchester United and Real Madrid player began his second loan spell at the San Siro this month and has already cemented his place in the Rossoneri’s starting line-up.

The 34-year-old is on loan at Milan from MLS side LA Galaxy and despite the temporary deal set to last until March, speculation in the Italian media suggests that the player could stay on until the end of the season as he did during his first stint at the club last year.

“Milan’s doors will always be open for him, in July, next January or whenever he wants,” Galliani said.

“He’s a fantastic footballer. You should see how he trains.”

Beckham is expected to be in action for AC Milan’s clash with struggling Siena at the San Siro on Sunday lunchtime.

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