Victoria Beckham agrees Milan move

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  • Victoria Beckham has said yes to permanent move

    Victoria Beckham has finally agreed to David’s dream of finishing his football career in Milan – despite their family being based in LA.

    The fashionista has been concerned about uprooting her children from school again, but doesn’t want to deny David of his footie dreams.

    The couple have now agreed that Brooklyn, nine, Romeo, six and three-year-old Cruz will stay in America until the end of the school year.

    A source told The Sun: ‘Victoria has told David she loves him and nothing will come between the family.

    ‘He was thrilled that she has let him pursue his last chance of playing top flight football.’

    No deal has yet been finalised, but if Becks gets a contract for longer than a year it is thought the family will return to their ‘Beckingham Palace’ home in Hertfordshire.

    The source added: ‘David probably only has a few seasons left in him and if he wants to keep his England place and maybe play in another World Cup he must compete at the top level.

    ‘Victoria can see that now — and after his career ends they can settle anywhere they want.’

    Milan officials fly to LA tomorrow to work out a deal.

    Beckham’s current club LA Galaxy want a £5 million bid doubled before they agree to let him go.

    He could also buy himself out and sign with AC for free.

    His spokesman said: ‘Victoria is very supportive but nothing has been agreed on his future.’


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