Friday, 31 December 2010


TOTTENHAM head a list of Premier League clubs to register an interest in bringing David Beckham back to England in January.
Beckham is in talks with LA Galaxy about making a two-month loan move to Europe before the MLS season kicks off in March.
Having previously spent two loan spells at AC Milan, Beckham has offers from clubs in Italy and Spain too.
Blackburn, West Ham, Sunderland, Newcastle, Everton and Blackpool have all made it clear they would like to sign Beckham. Chelsea, short on creativity and experienced players, could also be interested.
However, it is Spurs’ request to be kept informed of his plans that may be the most attractive to Beckham, who wants to prove he can still play for England.
Beckham’s grandfather Joe West was a Spurs fan and he has always felt an affinity with the club. Manager Harry Redknapp has claimed the move is not one he has been working on, but the Daily Express can reveal the club have made initial contact with Beckham’s camp.
Chairman Daniel Levy has tried to sign Beckham before and knows that a loan deal would be beneficial on and off the pitch.
Talks between Beckham and LA Galaxy will continue over the coming days to decide whether he will be allowed a loan move.

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