Former Manchester United fan favourite David Beckham has announced he is to quit LA Galaxy at the end of his current contract. Where will he go next?
David Beckham said on Monday night that he will play his last game for LA Galaxy in the MLS Cup final against Houston Dynamo on 1 December, but added that he has "one last challenge" in him.
The US national team stalwart has done a lot in his 14 year career and now aged 30 he is considering an extended break from the game to potentially go travelling. However his admiration for Everton FC could see him back at Goodison one day.
As Didier Drogba and Nicolas Anelka ply their trade in China and team-mate Frank Lampard is openly coveted by LA Galaxy; would John Terry be able to secure a move to the lucrative leagues such as the MLS, Chinese Super League or Australian A-League or is he condemned to retiring a Chelsea player? More so, is that exactly what he wants anyway?
After his representative Steve Kutner was spotted at the LA Galaxy game this summer and with a personal link to the city could Frank Lampard join David Beckham at the MLS franchise?
They used to bang in the goals for Manchester United and Arsenal, and over in the USA they are still doing it, spectacularly.
Anyone following LA Galaxy's procession to the Supporters Shield in 2011 would probably not have raised an eyebrow at their 1-0 victory over Portland Timbers at the weekend - so far, so Galaxy.
Could LA Galaxy's mixed form see the American international arrive earlier at Everton?
The former Manchester United star has been the subject of much debate regarding the summer's Olympic football team. Does David Beckham deserve a place in the squad?