David Beckham may not have chosen the next challenge of his career yet, but according to the British tabloid The Mirror, he is currently attempting to lure several of England's biggest stars across the Atlantic.
British Tabloids are always of questionable factual value so take this with a heavy grain of salt, but the tabloid states that Beckham has been attempting to lure Liverpool FC captain Steven Gerrard, Manchester United's Michael Carrick, Stoke City's Peter Crouch, and Chelsea FC's Ashley Cole to MLS to as the article states "finish their careers in the U.S."
In the same article, former English International Jermaine Pennant -- who is currently with Stoke City with Crouch -- states that he is interested in a possible move to MLS as well.
A few more evening notes and must reads:
*Across the hall, Jose Luis Sanchez Sola aka "El Chelis" may have put an end to rumors surrounding his goalkeeper Dan Kennedy stating "I need him more than anybody" after declaring him the Rojiblancos' captain.
*In a stirring feature story, the Los Angeles Times' Kevin Baxter examines the story of Chivas' draft pick Carlos Alvarez in an impressive feature.
*Seattle Sounders FC re-acquired forward Lamar Neagle from the Montreal Impact in exchange for an International spot.
*A report states that D.C. United midfielder Nick DeLeon has been called up by Trinidad and Tobago.
*One of the great must reads from the past week comes from SB Nation's Jorge Arangure Jr. who examines Liga MX side Club Tijuana, who he brands "The Americas' Team."