Milan are set to meet with Los Angeles Galaxy over the possibility of agreeing a fee for the permanent signing of David Beckham.
England international Beckham’s loan deal at Milan is due to expire at the beginning of March and the Serie A outfit have admitted that they would like to keep the former England skipper on a permanent basis.
Milan chief executive Adriano Galliani has confirmed the club are willing to pay a fee for the 33-year-old, who scored his first goal for Rossoneri last weekend.
“If Beckham comes to an agreement with Galaxy, we are ready to pay a figure. In the coming days we will meet his advisors,” Galliani told Sky Sport 24.
“If Los Angeles Galaxy decide not to sell him, they won’t sell him.”