David Beckham set to quit LA Galaxy

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David Beckham is reportedly set to quit LA Galaxy at the end of the year and is considering moving to New York.

According to the Daily Mail, the former Manchester United and Real Madrid star will opt not to renew his one-year rolling deal with Galaxy, which expires at the end of this year.

The report claims there is no indication that Beckham has taken a decision to retire from playing, which could lead to speculation of a move to New York Red Bulls, where former Arsenal captain Thierry Henry is currently playing, if Beckham decides to take his family to the city.

The report suggests Victoria Beckham, wife of David, has been viewing properties in New York and schooling options for their four children.

The 37-year-old will currently be concerning himself with the MLS Playoffs on Sunday, as Galaxy have the first a two-legged conference semi-final against San Jose Earthquakes.

Beckham led the team to MLS Cup victory last season and, if he does decide to leave California, he will be hoping he can depart leaving the legacy of Galaxy defending their title.

The report suggests Beckham could have agreed to a move to New York so wife Victoria can further pursue a career in fashion.

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