There have been lots of reports today that David Beckham is seeking a move back to Europe in order to prolong his international career.
It has also been reported that David will join AC Milan in January to train with them, - whilst he is on Christmas break from the MLS - and they are going to try and make the move permanent after missing out on him two years ago.
Despite the Beckham's saying that they are very happy in the US, the lure of first team top European football will appeal to Beckham and he would relish the chance of playing in Serie A.
It has also been reported in the Daily Telegraph that David's advisers are in talks with Arsenal about training again with Arsene Wenger's side ahead of the friendly against Germany in Berlin on Nov 19.
If selected, Beckham would equal the 108-cap outfield record of World Cup-winning captain Bobby Moore. He is also interested in joining a Premier League club and is looking to get permission from LA Galaxy.
These stories are not confirmed, but I would not be surprised if any were true.