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Beckham: Bring on Man United

2009-12-16 16:49

Milan - AC Milan's David Beckham wants to play former club Manchester United when the draw for February's Champions League last 16 is made on Friday.

The 34-year-old, who joins Milan in January for a second loan spell from the Los Angeles Galaxy to try to secure his England World Cup place, left United in 2003 having won the 1999 European Cup with his boyhood club.

"I would really like it if we draw my old club. Since I left in 2003 I have not gone back to play at Old Trafford (as a club player)," he told Wednesday's Gazzetta dello Sport from Los Angeles.

"Seven years have gone by and I want it to happen. Me against United, great no? It would be very difficult but also very exciting."

Beckham, who acknowledged he might not walk straight into the side at the second-placed Serie A club, also said he wanted England to meet Italy in the World Cup final next July.

Asked if England were among the favourites for South Africa, he said: "Yes, we can say it without any problems. England are a very ambitious team, however they are not the only ones."

Reuters

Comments
  • Andy - 2009-12-16 17:30

    I hope your will turns to raelity that will be amazing for you. Even more amazing would be for you to score the winning goal..

  • GeePMB - 2009-12-16 17:58

    I was never much of a Beckham fan but a few years ago I changed my opinion. He has plied his trade both at Galaxy and AC Milan and goes about his work with the same work ethic as he always has. He is one of those players that, when he pulls on his international shirt, he gives everything for the cause. Personally, I hope he does make the England squad for the WC. He is both a drwacard and a difficult player to play against and his set piece free kicks are still devastating and could turn a game! A return to Old Trafford could also settle a few demons for both him and Sir Alex.

  • Lukas7 - 2009-12-29 16:01

    Welcome back beckham but we will make your short visit hard,Very hard!

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