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    Report: Milan Offer David Beckham 18-Month Deal

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    Report: Milan Offer David Beckham 18-Month Deal

    Post by Quiver on Sun Feb 15, 2009 4:29 pm

    The News of the World, Britain's most popular Sunday tabloid, claims that AC Milan have offered David Beckham an 18-month contract as they continue their bid to sign the England man outright.

    The 33-year-old midfielder is currently on loan from the Los Angeles Galaxy, and he is scheduled to return by March 9 for the start of the MLS (Major League Soccer) season.

    However, Beckham has impressed in Italy, quickly establishing himself as a key figure in the Rossoneri engine-room while shrugging off any doubts that he could no longer compete at the elite level.

    Milan have made no attempt whatsoever to hide their desire to land the ex-Real Madrid star permanently, an approach that has not gone down too well with LA Galaxy.

    Following the close of the MLS transfer window, the Californian outfit announced that Beckham would rejoin the squad next month, as stipulated in the terms of his loan deal.

    However, Milan hit back by declaring they would not drop their pursuit of the former Manchester United hero, and now it seems they are closer than ever to reaching their goal.
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    Re: Report: Milan Offer David Beckham 18-Month Deal

    Post by GameCode on Sun Feb 22, 2009 1:38 am

    Actually, a few weeks after David joined Milan, he was doing very terrible. I don't know what happened Shocked

    Good Luck David!
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    Re: Report: Milan Offer David Beckham 18-Month Deal

    Post by Admin on Sun Feb 22, 2009 1:58 am

    He is not worth Playing in Milan's main squad ,they just bought him so he can improve their ads ,kits , media ...


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    Re: Report: Milan Offer David Beckham 18-Month Deal

    Post by GameCode on Sun Feb 22, 2009 2:56 am

    Yeah.. Alot of David's fans were also disappointed..
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    Galliani Won't Increase Beckham Bid

    Post by Quiver on Sun Feb 22, 2009 4:16 pm

    Though no one will yet confirm that 3 million was the offered amount for David Beckham's transfer, AC Milan's president has publicly said the price will not be raised.

    The tussling over David Beckham continues between the Los Angeles Galaxy and AC Milan.

    The Italian club president Adriano Galliani had a sharply-worded reply for Galaxy administrators. Tim Leiweke, the CEO of AEG, the owners of the Major League Soccer team, had publically branded AC Milan's reported offer of 3 million dollars for Beckham as "ridiculous".

    Galliani responded in the same paper that reported Leiweke's earlier statement, Italy's Gazzetta dello Sport.

    "AC Milan has made the offer it deems proper for a loan of about eight months because, as Leiweke himself confirmed, on November 30, David can leave at no cost," said Galliani.

    Galliani was referring to an "out clause" that Beckham has in his five-year contract with the Galaxy that allows him to leave the club and the U.S. league at the end of 2009.

    Beckham himself has expressed a fervent wish to remain with AC Milan, which could be influencing the transfer price as well.

    "Increase the offer?," Galliani is reported to have said. "Absolutely not. I have the experience to know the price of a player. And according to European parameters [right now], it makes no sense to spend more. The budget available to me is already maxed out."

    There is also speculation that the Galaxy and AC Milan are working on an agreement to let Beckham remain in Italy until the Serie A season ends, whereupon he could then return to Los Angeles.

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