No Milan return for Beckham

AC Milan vice-president Adriano Galliani has moved quickly to quash speculation that David Beckham could be set to re-join AC Milan.

Last Updated: 16/01/13 at 23:28 Post Comment

David Beckham: Not going back to Milan, according to Galliani

David Beckham: Not going back to Milan, according to Galliani

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Speaking to Gazzetta.it, Galliani said he was "99.9 per cent" sure the move would not happen.

Beckham, who ended his six-year spell at LA Galaxy in December, recently revealed he was considering formal offers from 12 different clubs.

But Galliani's comments would indicate that one has not come from the club who signed the former England captain on loan in 2009 and 2010.

He also denied any suggestion that Brazilian striker Kaka could be on his way back to the Rossoneri, saying that his salary would be too high.

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