Will Beckham stay at Milan as permanent?

David Beckham has started three consecutive games for AC Milan and made his first scored in his latest appearance, against Bologna on Sunday. And His next game is against Genoa in Milan.

The improvement in his game has naturally led to increased speculation about Beckham staying with Milan, and the midfielder has not exactly discouraged such thoughts. The England international is only on loan from LA Galaxy until March 9. with Beckham telling the Italian media he'd be interested in staying.

Earlier Tuesday, AC Milan chief executive Adriano Galliani said his club had been in contact with the Galaxy and was willing to make Los Angeles an offer.

"If Beckham reaches an agreement with the Galaxy, we are prepared to pay a fee," Milan vice-president Adriano Galliani said Tuesday in Italy. "We will meet with his representatives in the next few days."

At outside of Beckham' Speculation, The international Englang coach, Fabio Capello impressed with Beckham's Milan form.

"I'm happy for Milan and I'm happy for the national team," Capello told reporters at the recording of a Mediaset television show in Milan.
"He is a serious, well-prepared lad and is a great example for the youngsters. Beckham is the perfect professional and above all a humble man."

His next game is against Genoa at Sansiro on Wednesday night, and England Coach Fabio Capello is expected to be in attendance. Capello will soon name his roster for England's friendly against Spain in Seville on Feb. 11.

If Beckham plays in that match, it would be his 108th national team appearance, tying the record for an outfield player, set by Bobby Moore, captain of England's 1966 World Cup-winning team. Goalkeeper Peter Shilton holds the all-time record with 125 appearances.


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