Former Milan man David Beckham has failed to rule out a return to Italian football should he quit the Los Angeles Galaxy.
The Englishman is expected to leave America and he’s told the Gazzetta dello Sport that a move back to the peninsula is possible.
“I’ve received offers from a variety of places, including Serie A,” he noted. “I really enjoyed myself over there and I love Italy as a country and not just for its football.
“Italy is a possibility.”
Beckham, 36, spent two loan stints with the Rossoneri in 2009 and 2010.
The former England international has also been paired with moves to Paris Saint-Germain and Tottenham.
“I’ve still not spoken to [PSG sporting director] Leonardo,” the former England captain continued. “He sent me a message to wish me luck before Sunday’s MLS Final.
“Tottenham? I don’t think that I’ll go and play in England. I’ve said it before – it will be hard to wear the shirt of another club after Manchester United. I’m still a super United fan.
“I have a number of tempting offers, but I’m still a Galaxy player and I’ll make a decision when we get back from our tour of Asia and Australia.
“I’ll speak to my family and we’ll evaluate things. At this stage I won’t even rule out staying in Los Angeles.”
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