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Everton boss David Moyes offers David Beckham return to the Premier League

by admin on Суббота, Ноябрь 27th, 2010

Everton manager David Moyes has offered David Beckham the opportunity of returning to the Premier League on a short-term loan deal.

Beckham, 35, has spent the last two winters on loan at AC Milan from Major League Soccer side Los Angeles Galaxy.

And Moyes, who played with Beckham at Preston when the midfielder was 19, is hopeful he may fancy another loan move.

He said: «I hope that if David wanted to come he would give me a call. He only needs to call me or Phil Neville.»

Beckham and Everton captain Neville are friends from their Manchester United days where they came through the ranks as juniors.

And Moyes added: «He knows how to get hold of Phil and he knows how to get hold of me.

«We would have to look into it financially. But if he came and said to me ‘I would like to come and play’ then I would have to go to the chairman and ask if we could make it work by selling enough replica shirts.»

Beckham only returned to action for LA Galaxy in September after spending six months on the sidelines with an Achilles tendon injury that ruled him out of England’s World Cup campaign in South Africa.

He is currently in Australia with his LA Galaxy team-mates and is set to play Newcastle Jets on Saturday before flying to Zurich to help England’s bid to stage the 2018 World Cup.

Beckham has won 115 England caps, just 10 behind goalkeeper Peter Shilton who is the country’s most-capped player, and has made no secret of his desire to add to that tally.

Everton are also waiting to hear if Beckham’s Galaxy team-mate Landon Donovan wants a second loan spell at Goodison Park.

The American impressed last season and Moyes said: «Landon does not need to make up his mind until next month.»

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