Capello fixed AC Milan stint for Beckham

October 23rd, 2008 - 1:57 pm ICT by ANI  

AC Milan

London, Oct 23 (ANI): England coach Fabio Capello asked the Italian club AC Milan to take LA Galaxy star David Beckham on loan.

The England manager spoke to Milan vice-president Adriano Galliani and gave his full backing to Beckham. The Sun reported.

Becks, 33, wanted to train with Milan to stay fit for England during the MLS close season.

But AC wanted him on loan and all that remains now is to agree if Becks stays till the end of the season or until the start of LAs pre-season in March.

A top Milan source said: It was Capellos endorsement that convinced Milan to sign Beckham. He told Milan vice-president Adriano Galliani Beckham is a very good player and if you sign him you will see how good he still is.

Thats all the club needed to hear. From then on Milan focused on turning Beckhams stay into a loan, the source added.

England boss Capello is a legend in Milan after leading them to four Serie A titles and the European Cup in the 1990s.

Beckham will play exhibitions for LA in Australia and New Zealand in December before linking up with AC.

Milan vice-president Galliani said: Hell stay at Milan on loan for a few months. Were talking with his agent.

If Beckham stays for two months only, he could play for AC for free. The Milan source said: His salary will already be paid by the MLS. (ANI)

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