Seedorf was not looking forward to Beckham

Senior midfielder AC Milan, Clarence Seedorf, seems not wait to David Beckham's arrival in Milan. He missed playing with the English star is scheduled to strengthen the Milan starting in January next as a loan player.

"I am very happy David Beckham coming back," Seedorf said in an interview with Sky Sports. "I am pleased that his presence will help the team navigate the rest of us in the competition. Beckham is still a very good player if it fit.

Dutch players also said they would help Beckham reach the best game so he can strengthen the UK at the World Cup finals in South Africa next year.

"Of course we will help him, as he had done the same thing to us. We will help him to reach the best level of the game," said Seedorf.

Beckham chose Milan to rejoin as a player during the six-month loan because they want to realize his ambition to appear in the 2010 World Cup in South Africa. Earlier, England coach Fabio Capello has warned Beckham's chance to play in the elite clubs of Europe if it wants to be called to strengthen the British in World Cup


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