Another transfer saga involving David Beckham appears to be brewing, as the player suggests his future may lie in Europe...After last year's seemingly endless talk over whether Beckham's future was with LA Galaxy or AC Milan, more drama may be about to unfold after the 34-year-old said that he would not be in the USA this winter.
"I will definitely be coming back to Europe in December because of the World Cup," Beckham told The Daily Mail.
"I will be playing 10 or 11 games for the Galaxy, so I don't think he [England manager Fabio Capello] will be worried about a lack of competitive football. He will be more concerned about where I will be going in December, though."
On the subject of who was interested in bringing him back across the Atlantic, Beckham was forthcoming.
"AC Milan are one of the clubs who have shown an interest but there are a number of top leagues in Europe, including England. So we'll just have to see what happens," he mused.
While a return to Milan would attract Beckham, these quotes will have alerted both Chelsea and Tottenham.
Carlo Ancelotti was a fan of Beckham during their time at Milan, while Harry Redknapp has been quoted as saying he would be interested in signing the England international should he become available.
Anthony Wright, Goal.com