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Jose Mourinho and Carlo Ancelotti are weighing up a sensational swoop for David Beckham.

The 35-year-old former England captain has had a change of heart about returning to Europe on loan in January.

Beckham ruptured his Achilles during a second loan spell at Italian giants AC Milan this year and LA Galaxy have opposed another loan deal for the fear their talisman could get injured.

A nostalgic return to Real Madrid – where he spent four years following a move from Manchester United in 2003 – will almost appeal to Beckham.

He will not be guaranteed first-team football at the Bernabeu but up to eight Premier League clubs are more than willing to give him a starting place.

Among those is Chelsea boss Ancelotti, who brokered the deal for Beckham to join Milan on loan in December 2008. But Beckham has always maintained that he is unlikely to play for another English club other than Manchester United.

However with Chelsea out of form and struggling with injuries to key players, Ancelotti will set out some persuasive arguments to convince Beckham to come to Stamford Bridge next month.

Despite being overlooked by Fabio Capello, Beckham refuses to give up on his dream of playing for England again.

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