London, July 14 (ANI): England star midfielder David Beckham has opened the door for a dramatic return to the Premier League.
Becks, 34, has admitted he would come back to England if it boosted his chances of getting into Fabio Capello's 2010 World Cup squad.
"I would definitely consider it. Never say never. When I left United, I said I would never want to play for another English club. My heart was in Manchester - and I couldn't see myself wearing another shirt in the Premiership and playing against United. Now I wouldn't rule it out," The Sun quoted Beckham, as saying.
The ex-Real Madrid star has also admitted he would love to go back to Italy. I have a couple of months to sort things out and hopefully I can go back to Milan. That would be perfect. But I would do anything if it gives me a chance of being in the England squad for the World Cup finals," he said.
Beckham is adamant he will go on loan again once the US season ends. "I would do it all again. Yes, there's going to be criticism out there but it's about how you ride it."
After a sit-down with Landon Donovan and LA Galaxy boss Bruce Arena last night, Beckham said: "What was said was between me, Landon and the manager."
Yet Donovan said: "We're getting past it, we're moving on. There are a lot of things I regret. I regret the way I went about this process and I also regret some of the things I said." (ANI)