David Beckham refuses to rule out Premier League return

Beckham admits his future is uncertain as he approaches the final year of his LA Galaxy contract

Kieran Beckles
By Kieran Beckles
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LA Galaxy midfielder David Beckham has refused to rule out a move back to the Premier League.

The former Manchester United midfielder looked to be on the verge of joining Tottenham Hotspur on loan in January but the move failed to materialise.

Beckham, 35, has one year left on his contract with the Major League Soccer side and is eager to force his way back into contention for an England call-up.

And when asked if a return to England’s top flight is likely, Beckham replied: “I had a great career in England for 12-13 years – who knows if I will play there again?

“I’m getting older now and I don’t have many years left. This is my last contract year in the USA, but who knows what will happen.”

Beckham signed a five-year, $32.5m contract with LA Galaxy in 2007 and his move to the MLS was expected to increase the game’s status amongst the American public who traditionally favour American Football, Baseball, and Basketball.

The former England captain has not won a cap since he featured against Belarus in October 2009.

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