David Beckham Confirms He Is Leaving LA Galaxy
Soccer super star David Beckham has announced that he will be leaving LA Galaxy, confirming that the game next week will be his last for the club.
For the last two months rumors that David was planning to leave LA Galaxy, as his contract was nearing a close were rife, with many speculating that the Beckham family have been planning a move back to London.
The world’s most famous midfielder will hope to help his team win their second consecutive MLS cup, in his last match with them, which is the league final against Houston Dynamo on December 1st.
37 year-old David has been at the club for six-years, after he and his wife Victoria and their children made the move from Spain to Los Angeles, where David was previously playing for top club Real Madrid.
Whilst having an impressive career under his belt, David still insists that his departure from LA Galaxy does not mean he is set to retire from the sport, causing many to guess which club David will join next, for his final act of his sporting career.
Rumors that the family will make a move Paris, his native London and Australia are rife, however just last week David denied that he would be joining an Australian soccer team.
Sport pundits believe it is most likely that the star will return to an English club in the competitive Premier League, ideally hoping a London team will sign him in the New Year.
Meanwhile, the president of LA Galaxy soccer club has praised David not only for his hard work on the pitch, but for also catapulting the sport in America into the spotlight, helping it become just as loved in the US as it is worldwide.
Article By Victoria Beckett