According to The Sun, David Beckham must decide in the next six days whether his future lies in Italy with AC Milan or in the United States with the Los Angeles Galaxy.
The British tabloid claims that the terms of the 33-year-old's agreement with the Rossoneri prevent any extension of his loan spell, which apparently means he must either complete a permanent move this winter or return to MLS on March 9.
Milan coach Carlo Ancelotti and vice-president Adriano Galliani have both voiced their desire to keep Beckham, but it all rests with 'Goldenballs' himself.
Leandro Cantamessa, the San Siro club's laywer, was quoted thusly: “The situation is complicated and will depend on the player. But if there was a common interest in doing so he could remain at Milan but not on loan.”
However, these claims seem to conflict with recent reports that suggest Milan will only attempt to land Beckham after his loan expires.
Mike Maguire, Goal.com