LA Galaxy star David Beckham has admitted that he does miss the ability to live in the United Kingdom. David Beckham is regarded to be one of the icons of the British football after having represented some of the biggest clubs in the world including the likes of Manchester United, Real Madrid and AC Milan.

He is currently playing for MLS side LA Galaxy, but came extremely close to moving back to Europe with French club Paris St Germain. However, negotiations broke the final stages between the former England midfielder and the French club. This saw David Beckham extend his deal with the MLS side by two more years.

Many think that it could be tough to see the 37-year-old return to England due to the fact that both his children and wife enjoy staying in the United States. David Beckham has already said that his preference will be to stay where his kids and wife enjoy the most. Hence, it is looking unlikely that Beckham will be back for a permanent stay in the United Kingdom. Beckham recently sold his mansion in the UK, but he recently admitted in an interview that he does miss life in England.

“I am always tempted to come back to England but it’s a critical time for [my] children” he told Man Utd news. “I do miss London. Going for pie and mash with my mum and dad, and also going to see my nan. I haven’t got the call yet. But my view on that is it should be an Olympian. That’s my view. If I’m offered it, it would be hard to say no,” said David Beckham in a recent interview. David Beckham’s current contract with the MLS club does not come to an end until 2013. He could be set for an England return as part of the Team GB squad.