Tottenham Hotspur appear to be winning the race for the three month signature of former England captain David Beckham.
Tottenham boss Harry Redknapp put the move in doubt yesterday after he revealed he had not heard back from the Los Angeles based club in a few days.
It is now believed that LA Galaxy are open to a loan move and are currently in talks with the former Manchester United player over a loan deal, with Galaxy’s terms being financially related.
Details of any potential deal are yet to be revealed, with the latest reports coming out of Los Angeles that Beckham may be restricted to training at a club. If this were to be true it may all but end Redknapp’s interest in the player as he reportedly wanted him available for the upcoming FA Cup clash with Charlton.
Beckham is available until the 15th of March where he will return to Galaxy for the MLS season, which would make him available for a possible 11 matches before returning to the states.
It is believed that 14 clubs from around the world are interesting in taking the player on the short term loan deal, with Blackburn, Newcastle, Sunderland and Wigan making up the other Premiership teams believed to be interested.
If a deal were to be agreed with Tottenham that would allow him to play for the club, he could face his former employers Manchester United on January 16th.
A spokesperson for Beckham said; ‘Spurs are one of many clubs interested – but we have not yet had detailed talks. At the moment we are waiting on the decision of LA Galaxy with regards to a loan move.’