DAVID BECKHAM has rejoined the squad of AC Milan after landed safely in Italy from the United States of America for another loan spell, that is meant to last six months.
The English midfielder is a Rossonero once again, after last year – his performance bought him a lot of respect, also among England boss Fabio Capello, who will call up ‘Golden Balls’ back to The Three Lions squad in summer.
Beckham landed on Monday, 28 of December 2009, two days before three New Year, at 11:00CET, as he arrived to Malpensa airport, using his private flight that landed at Terminal 2. Beckham will stay in a luxury hotel.
Becks has reached what he was aiming for, as Fabio Capello announced on Monday that he will use David in South Africa if he will be physically fit, which means that Beckham must be careful not to get hurt.
“Certainly [I'll call up Beckham] if he is playing and physically fit,” Capello told La Gazzetta dello Sport.
“I don’t look at age, I look at qualities and Beckham has lots. He’s serious, he’s a great professional and the World Cup is incredibly important to him.
“He will do well [at Milan]. I have no doubt about it. David is a player with his head straight.”
Capello put Beckham an ultimatum last season – to train in top level and be in a big club – like Milan, in order to take place in South Africa in summer. David has made it, and reached his main goal.
Beckham took part in the training session yesterday at Milanello. The 34-years-old did the entire practice according to Milan official site, after underwent some medicals to approve his participation.
“He is doing very well, but we have to wait a little to understand the situation better,” Daniele Tognaccini told. “As for everything else, Beckham is the same as always, nice, available and professional.”
Tognaccini is Milan fitness coach. David has never had long-term injuries, and he’s in good form and shape. Becks has lost the final of the MLS playoffs with L.A. Galaxy, but he hopes to win with Milan now.
“I am keeping constantly up-to-date with everything that goes on in the Italian league,” the 34-year-old told La Repubblica newspaper. “We can still cut the gap on Inter and try to win the Scudetto.”
Beckham enjoyed a successful spell with Coach Carlo Ancelotti – but he had left for Premier League side Chelsea F.C. The coach has changed as well as the system, but David is not worried.
“I like being part of this group,” explained the former Real Madrid man. “I know that the system was changed, but I don’t really care: I will play wherever the boss [Leonardo] wants me to.”
This is still the Christmas break, but the league resumes next weekend, and Milan face Genoa. Beckham wants to player already there, at Stadio San Siro, to make his re-doubt with the Rossoneri colors.
Hopefully, we’ll be there to watch him play!
By Meytar Zeevi, Rossoneri Blog