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Latest Beckham Scenario Has Him In Milan Through Season's End
Published February 27, 2009
An arrangement that would see David Beckham finish out the Italian Serie A season with AC Milan and return to play for the L.A. Galaxy this summer is among the latest scenarios being discussed by MLS and AC Milan, sources close to the league said. Financial terms of such an agreement were not available. The Galaxy's loan of Beckham to Milan is set to end March 9, but this scenario would allow the Italian club to hold onto him until June. The midfielder would then return to MLS for the remainder of the '09 season, which ends in the fall. A clause in his five-year contract with the Galaxy would allow him to leave the league at the end of the '09 season if he elects to exercise it.