Football fans believe that David Beckham will eventually decide to return to England, according to a 20,000 strong Givemefootball.com poll, with 44% saying the superstar will make a shock move to Tottenham Hotspur.
Speculation has been flying that Beckham might head for Paris Saint-Germain, with the big spending French club hoping to challenge for Champions League honours next season.
And while the Ligue 1 side have admitted to an interest in bringing the 36-year-old on board, only 17% of fans believe he will head for the continental club.
24% of football supporters have tipped Beckham to head for Manchester United over Tottenham, with the midfielder today saying he’d be open to a coaching role at Old Trafford.
"I'd love to do that,” Beckham told The Sun.
"The best memory of my career came in 1999, no doubt, when Manchester United won the treble. In my opinion, no club can repeat that feat."
Along with Tottenham and United, QPR have also shown an interest in Beckham, but only 7% believe he will head there to help try and keep the club in the Barclays Premier League.
And a small 3% of fans believe that Beckham will stay with LA Galaxy and extend his contract, where the England international has continually insisted his commitment lies amidst the growing transfer gossip.
Some fans touted Npower Championship side Leicester as a possible alternative for Beckham, should he decide to shun the big-name clubs, but Sven-Goran Eriksson today insisted that no discussions had taken place for the former England captain to make a move to the club.
"It's not going to happen,” he said. “I have not offered him a player-coach role. David knows that we would take him, of course, and if he wants to come he has my number so that's not a problem.
“But I haven't spoken to him because I get embarrassed by it. I don't know what he is going to do, I have no idea. But I doubt that he wants to come to the Championship. If I was in his clothes, I doubt I would do that."
Tottenham fans would no doubt be pleased at the prospect of adding Beckham to White Hart Lane, with the side aiming to get back into the Champions League this season and Beckham trying and failing to sign with the club on loan in January.