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The Cameroon striker will see his deal at Stamford Bridge expire at the end of the season

The ex-England captain is in talks to sign a new contract with LA Galaxy

Beckham turns down PSG to keep his family in Los Angeles

David Beckham has decided not to join Paris St-Germain because it would be too difficult to uproot his family from Los Angeles, the French club's president, Nasser al-Khelaifi, said yesterday.

1. Channel 5 keeping fingers crossed for friends re-United Having secured both Manchester clubs, Channel 5 executives will be
hoping one other team makes it into Friday's Europa League draw. Paris St-Germain need to better Red Bull Salzburg's result on Wednesday. All C5 needs then is for PSG to be paired with United, and the speculation linking David Beckham with the French club to prove correct.

PSG declare interest in David Beckham is 'over'

David Beckham is in discussions with the Los Angeles Galaxy over a two-year contract extension that could be signed within the next few days, Press Association Sport understands.

Robbie Keane could join on loan from LA Galaxy

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Aston Villa are interested in signing Los Angeles Galaxy striker Robbie Keane on a two month loan, Press Association Sport understands.

Thierry Henry is currently training with Arsenal

Thierry Henry will inspire Arsenal says Harry Redknapp

Manager Harry Redknapp thinks Thierry Henry's experience will boost Arsenal's chances of qualifying for the Champions League.

Thierry Henry is currently training with Arsenal

Henry on the brink of sealing Arsenal return

Arsenal were moving closer last night to securing the return of Thierry Henry on a two-month loan deal.

Landon Donovan went on loan to Everton in 2010

Donovan back at Everton on loan

Landon Donovan is set to return to Barclays Premier League action early next year after agreeing a two-month loan move to Everton from the Los Angeles Galaxy.

David Beckham holds the man of the match trophy after LA Galaxy won the Hyundai Club Challenge in Melbourne yesterday

Management does not interest me – Beckham

David Beckham has ruled out a future in management when he finally hangs up his boots. The 36-year-old is weighing a number of contract offers to continue playing as his five-year deal with the Los Angeles Galaxy comes to a close, and while Beckham insists his hunger to play is as strong as ever, he has no ambitions to move into management once he does call it a day.

Jack Rodwell wants to break Everton's bad habit

Everton midfielder Jack Rodwell believes the side have got into a bad habit of conceding the first goal in matches which is impacting badly on results.

David Beckham is currently weighing up his next career move

David Beckham remains undecided over future

David Beckham insists he has not yet planned the next stage of his career as he prepares for what could be his last game for the Los Angeles Galaxy against Melbourne Victory tomorrow.

David Beckham is currently weighing up his next career move

David Beckham says Manchester City have 'no chance' of winning Premier League

David Beckham believes Manchester City have no chance of winning the Barclays Premier League title this season.

Beckham has always maintained he would not play for another English club

Beckham close to agreeing £10m contract with PSG

David Beckham is on the verge of completing a lucrative move to newly-wealthy French club Paris St-Germain that could see the former England captain earn over £10m by the end of next season.

David Beckham insists he can continue to operate at the top level

David Beckham in talks with PSG claims Leonardo

David Beckham has begun talks to join Paris St Germain according to the French club's sporting director Leonardo.

Lampard has less than two years left on his existing Chelsea deal

Lampard keen to extend Chelsea stay

Frank Lampard has insisted there is no chance of him quitting Chelsea and revealed he wants to extend his contract at Stamford Bridge.

David Beckham has interest from 'big European clubs'

David Beckham has interest from two "big European clubs" to weigh up when he decides his playing future.

Los Angeles Galaxy midfielder David Beckham celebrates with his teammates after the Galaxy defeated the Houston Dynamo in the MLS Cup

Beckham weighs up last tango in Paris after LA exile nears the end

You can trace David Beckham's changing priorities on the great football field of life by his postal addresses over two decades. Manchester, Madrid and Milan are great football cities. Los Angeles is not.

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