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"Becks Milan loan deal for two months only"

David Beckham has no intention of staying at AC Milan beyond his agreed two-month loan deal.

Reacting to a report that Beckham was in talks about staying at the Italian club until the end of the season his spokesman Simon Oliveira said the England midfielder would be returning to Los Angeles Galaxy as agreed in March.

Oliveira told PA Sport: "As highlighted last week David has signed a loan agreement with Milan for a two-month period and no discussions have taken place with regard to extending that deal."

Meanwhile, Ronaldinho has welcomed David Beckham to AC Milan and says he is excited at the prospect of a link-up at the San Siro. "I am very happy to know that he's coming," Ronaldinho said of Beckham's arrival in Milan in January to Setanta Sports News.

"He's going to help us a lot and I'm looking forward to helping him be the great player he is as well.

"I always like the way he plays. I always admired him and it's very cool to play with important people. It's always very motivating."

With Ronaldinho and Beckham being two of the world's finest free-kick takers, the Brazilian refused to speculate on who will be handed set-piece duties with the Rossoneri.

He added: "That's not a problem, (although) it could be a problem for the team we're playing against. I hope to learn a lot with David Beckham."

Ronaldinho remains focused on success in the future with both club and country. "The main target for me is to win trophies with AC Milan and also titles for myself," he said.

"The Champions League is very important. It's a great competition and everyone wants to be a part of it.

"I hope I can play for many years to come. I don't think about the end of my career.

"I've already played in two World Cups and I feel very fortunate for that. I hope to play at the next two World Cups. Brazil can always win. Brazil are always one of the favourites. I believe we can do it."


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