We show David Beckham all the love in the world but apparently it's just not enough.
After the L.A. Galaxy "loaned" Beckham to AC Milan, Becks decided he wanted to get out of his Galaxy contract in order to play for Milan indefinitely. Unfortunately for him, that $250 million dollar contract he signed a little over a year ago is still in tact.
Becks is now speaking out about his return to L.A. Galaxy and how "difficult" life would be if he was forced to return to Los Angeles. Where's the love Becks?
"I've said I want to stay here, and if I do go back then it will be a bit difficult, but we'll have to wait and see what happens," Beckham told reporters after his AC Milan team was beaten by local rivals Inter Milan, 2-1.
According to People magazine, when asked if the issue would resolve itself in the next few weeks he replied, "I don't know. It is out of my hands, and they'll be talking in the next week or two."
The head coach of LA Galaxy, Bruce Arena, made it crystal clear last Friday that Beckham is under contract and expected to return to California for the new season. Back to the $250 million dollar contract.
"Today's deadline imposed by Major League Soccer Commissioner Don Garber regarding a resolution of David Beckham's potential transfer to AC Milan has passed, and we did not receive an acceptable offer for the player," he said.
Becks is expected back in L.A. to return to the Galaxy on March 9th. Doubt he'll get the same warm welcoming he's used to.