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Is David Beckham heading back to the Premier League?0
By - Posted 4th July, 2015 at 9:06 pm

Many years have passed since David Beckham first came to our attention. Everyone knows him as the good-looking, pure British type that just loves his football, and he is just that. His passion for the sport hasn’t died down, and when other players at his age begin their decisions to retire, David Beckham continue on, without an end in sight.David Beckham

At 35-years-old, Beckham continues to move forward, looking for new challenges. Ever since he started playing football, he was said to be hooked. Beginning his career at a local football club, Brimsdown Rovers, he went on to become player of the year for the club in 1990. It wasn’t long after that, that he moved onto bigger and better things. Most notably his stint at Manchester United, which was a life changing position, and one that gave him spotlight all over the country.

Due to some controversy issues with manager, Sir Alex Ferguson, he left the club in 2003 and joined Spanish giants, Real Madrid. Since then, he has spent his life abroad, and finally settling in the USA, where he now plays for L.A Galaxy. Now with their season at an end, Beckham has spoken of his wish to come and play football back in the UK. He has initially said he would never play for another Premier League team, besides Manchester United, however that rule has seemingly diminished.

With Tottenham struggling to find a permanent man on the right, Harry Redknapp has conscripted his staff to get in touch with L.A Galaxy to discuss him coming to play for them. Redknapp insists that it is not a rush-buy, but that he feels David Beckham could offer a lot to the club, especially in the role of being influential to younger players.

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