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Breaking: Manchester United legend set for surprise Real Madrid return
Manchester United's David Beckham

Former Manchester United player David Beckham could be on his way back to Real Madrid in a new ambassador role, according to reports in Spain.

The 41-year old has been brought up from Manchester United academy and have become a fan favorite in no time and have moved to Real Madrid after a successful spell at Old Trafford.

Beckham has joined Real Madrid in a massive £24.5 million deal in June 2003 and has played four years in the Spanish capital. He has helped Real Madrid clinch a Spanish league title in his final year at Santiago Bernabeu before moving to LA Galaxy in 2007.

He has gone to represent LA Galaxy and has spells at AC Milan and has finally finished his playing career at Paris Saint-Germain in 2013. Spanish outlet Marca claims the English forward is a key part in club’s ambitions of expanding in the USA as he is one of the fan favorites in the States.

La Liga teams have been making huge effort to break into American market which is still untapped by clubs all across Europe except the Premier League clubs. The 41-year old has a huge fan base in USA and has established himself as one of the most followed footballers during his time at LA Galaxy. Real Madrid are making serious plans to expand into the US market as they have not been so commercial despite being popular in the country.

Beckham is one of the England’s greatest players as he is the only England player to win league titles in four different countries and has earned 115 caps for England becoming the third most capped player in the country’s elite history.

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