David Beckham is set to play his last match for the Major League Soccer side, LA Galaxy next month, after which he would also decide his future. A number of teams are interested in the player, especially five Australian clubs. Who will David Beckham sign up for? Interesting times lie ahead.
It is for sure that the player is not going to hang his boots, so it is no surprise that there are a number of teams that would go all out for his signature. Beckham has already received some offers from various clubs, with espn.go.com reporting that five Australian clubs are interested in signing the player. If one may recollect, Alessandro Del Piero, who plays for Sydney FC ,was the last big name player that an Australian club signed fighting off bitter competition from other clubs as well. Will Beckham follow suit?
David Beckham may not have age by his side, but if given an option, he would not mind plying his trade in the English premier League, where he started his football days as a young player from Manchester United. That is a long time ago, as things have move on for the good from there on for Beckham, who is not only a name in world
football, but also a style icon in the world of Hollywood celebrities.
It is also for this reason that the player will attract top clubs from across the world. Clubs may not look upon the player with an essential role on the pitch, but it is for sure that the club he chooses to play will have enormous increase in jersey sale, as a result of which the club will benefit a lot and also help in the process of global marketing. How many of us knew LA Galaxy before David Beckham joined the MLS side? Very few, but many know about it at present, all thanks to David Beckham, who has brought in a number of fans to LA Galaxy with his sheer presence.
Various big name players such as Didier Drogba, Nicolas Anelka have moved onto Chinese clubs for lucrative offers. A Chinese move is on the cards for Beckham, as the prospect of money and a unexplored lifestyle
may attract the player. Interesting times lie ahead for the player, who has played club football in Italy, Spain, England and the US.