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Beckham eyes future return to Real

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David Beckham admits he would relish the chance to return to Real Madrid sometime in the future to work with the club's youngsters.



Beckham proved a hugely popular figure during his four years at the Primera Liga giants before moving to America last summer, and the England midfielder has always spoken highly of his time both at Madrid and in Spain.

The 33-year-old is only 12 months into a five-year contract with Major League Soccer side Los Angeles Galaxy, but Beckham already has plans for what he would like to do when he hangs up his boots, and returning to Madrid to coach their young players is an option that appeals to him.

"Why not? I would like to return to Spain some day and to Real Madrid. To work with the kids or something similar at Madrid would be an honour for me," said Beckham, who helped Madrid win the Primera Liga title in his final year at the club - his only major trophy during his time at the Bernabeu.

"Everybody knows that I love to work with kids and that I adore Spain. I still have my house in Madrid and if I return some day I already have somewhere to live.

"When the moment comes we will have to see, but to be part of Madrid would be great. I have many friends there and many people who I respect a lot, such as (former president) Florentino Perez, who is one of the best friends I have in Madrid."

Speaking to Spanish newspaper Marca, Beckham also repeated his desire not to enter into football management when he retires from the game.

The former Manchester United and Madrid midfielder has played under some great managers during his career, including Sir Alex Ferguson and Fabio Capello, but he has again admitted he has no interest in following in their footsteps.

"I have my academy of football here in Los Angeles, but I will never be a coach. I don't have this passion, I prefer to be with my academy and work with the children, with UNICEF...and things like this where you can help people," he said.

"I love football and I will always continue being involved in it, but I don't want to be working on the sidelines or anything like that."

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