David Beckham 'unlikely to return to Premier League'

David Beckham
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David Beckham admits that he is unlikely to play in the Premier League again.

David Beckham has admitted that he is unlikely to play in the Premier League again.

The former Manchester United midfielder currently plays for Los Angeles Galaxy in the American MLS but is repeatedly linked with loan moves away from the Californian outfit.

"We love and miss England, but playing back there, I don't know," he told Sky Sports News.

"Things change very quickly but right now I am part of LA Galaxy. I will look at myself at the end of the season and see how my body feels and how I feel physically, and if I feel good I will continue to play.

"But I have always said that Manchester United is my one love and to play for another club would be difficult for me."

The former Real Madrid Galactico also repeated his desire to play for England.

"Who knows what my involvement in England will be. At 36, I still want to be available for England. Whether I get picked or not, who knows?"

Beckham has made 115 appearances for his country, making him the most-capped outfield player in the national team's history.

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