Beckham will stay at AC Milan

England star David Beckham has won his battle to stay at AC Milan after penning a unique "timeshare" agreement. Beckham will stay at AC Milan until the end of the Serie A season after a deal was reached with Los Angeles Galaxy, the Press Association reported on Friday.

Beckham was due to return to the United States on March 9 after his initial loan deal expired and Milan's match against Atalanta was set to be his last. But earlier this week Milan chairman Adriano Galliani claimed a deal allowing him to extend his stay was near.

Galliani refused to confirm the reports on Friday but said that negotiations were on the "right path." He went on: "The crucial day for the signing could be perhaps today, tomorrow or Monday."

And under a unique timeshare agreement, the 33-year-old former England captain will stay with the Italian giants until the end of the season, and then will play for LA Galaxy between July and October.

After that Beckham will return to Milan in November for the rest of the following season.

"The solution to his situation will give Beckham some advantages, because he wants to stay at Milan and this permanence will give him more motivations to do well." The Rossoneri's coach Carlo Ancelotti said, as official club website published on Friday.


Post a Comment

Get the opportunity to make money over here

Join HeartBux


Email Subscription

Enter your email address:

Delivered by FeedBurner

  © Blogger templates The Professional Template by Ourblogtemplates.com 2008

Back to TOP