Beckham to train with Arsenal as former England captain ponders next move
07:54 GMT, 29 January 2013
08:17 GMT, 29 January 2013
David Beckham is due to begin training with Arsenal today with his future still up in the air.
The former England captain, 37, will join up with the Gunners in a bid to keep fit as he considers his next move after leaving LA Galaxy at the end of the MLS season in December.
And Beckham will report for duty at Arsenal's state-of-the-art Hertfordshire training HQ on Tuesday.
Gunner Becks: David Beckham is determined to show he can still play at highest level
The former Manchester United and Real Madrid midfielder is determined to prove he can still play at the highest level.
Beckham trained with Arsenal in 2008 and with their north London rivals Tottenham two years ago, during the MLS off-season.
Beckham is currently a free agent and in no rush to make his next move as he can sign outside of this transfer window.
He has attracted interest from QPR and West Ham in the
Premier League, and Monaco and Paris Saint-Germain in France.
is also interest from the UAE, where former England boss Sven Eriksson himself is now technical
director at Al Nasr in Dubai, and the Swede says he would welcome Beckham to the Middle East with open arms.
Running man: Beckham filming an advert for Adidias in Spain on Monday
The Beckhams are in London after moving back to the UK following the end of his contract with Galaxy.
are currently renting a lavish 20million property in London from
Touker Suleyman, boss of Ghost and Hawes & Curtis, while
the Beckham brood will be educated at London schools
His three sons, Brooklyn, Romeo and Cruz, have all started playing in Chelsea's youth system within the past week.