In an exclusive and wide-ranging interview Sky Sports News chief news reporter Bryan Swanson travels to LA to speak to David Beckham about his MLS swansong and future plans.
Last Updated: November 30, 2012 12:16pm
Ahead of the weekend's MLS Cup between Los Angeles Galaxy and Houston Dynamo, to be played in LA, David Beckham holds court in a candid exchange with our man with the mike.
The 37-year-old admits it could be an emotional ending to his time in LA, scripted in Hollywood, as he looks to sign-off with a second successive title.
After five years in Tinsel Town one of the world's most recognizable footballers has set his heart on a new challenge, with suitors across Europe put on red alert.
With nothing set in stone Beckham is understandably reticent to give too much detail about the offers he has received already, but did concede a return to English shores is not out of the question.
He also ruminates on a franchise he's close to securing Stateside, Frank Lampard's possible switch to the US and the pride he feels at having coaches such as Carlo Ancelotti speak in revered tones of the ability he retains in his twilight years.
Watch the interview in full by clicking the video at the top of the page.
Sir David holds court in a candid and wide-ranging interview
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