David Beckham ‘in no hurry to make a decision’ about new team
David Beckham has several “serious proposals” from clubs around the world, but the former L.A. Galaxy midfielder and England captain is in no rush to make a decision, according to a report from the Associated Press:
A “host of clubs” have come in with offers for Beckham, according to a statement by his management company issued to The Associated Press on Thursday, but it remains “early days in the process.”
“David is in no hurry to make a decision, the key is making the right one as he has always done successfully in his career,” the statement said.
Beckham left the Galaxy after five years with the team and an MLS cup victory on Dec. 1. He has also played for Manchester United (1993-2003), Real Madrid (2003-2007) and on loan for AC Milan (2009, 2010). Offers have reportedly come in from clubs in France, Australia and Asia. Beckham, 37, said a return to the EPL was unlikely, as is a move to Australia’s A-League.