Nov 27 2012, 3:14am CST | by Luigi Lugmayr
David Beckham wants to send his sons to expensive boarding school Eton College.
The 37-year-old soccer star and his wife Victoria could be set to move back to his native England after announcing he is to leave his club Los Angeles Galaxy and he has been looking at enrolling his three boys, Brooklyn, 13, Romeo, 10, and Cruz, seven, at the expensive public school which was attended by British Prime Minister David Cameron and Prince William.
A source told the Daily Star newspaper: ''For the Beckhams, Eton would be the ultimate arrival. Beckham is talking to clubs and the natural home for him would be Tottenham, the club supported by his late grandfather Joe.''
David has reportedly become homesick for the UK after spending a lot of time in his hometown of London during the summer for the Olympics.
As well as opening talks with several English clubs, allegedly including Tottenham Hotspur and QPR, Victoria was spotted house-hunting in south west London last week, and visited an £18 million mansion in Richmond which boasts seven bedrooms, a wine cellar and a gym.
The source added: ''David has been really missing London and the UK recently. The royal wedding, the Olympics and now Christmas coming up have all made him long for the UK.
''He talks about being in London a lot and he misses his family, so it would make perfect sense for the family to all move back to Britain.''
David - who also has a 16-month-old daughter Harper with his ex-Spice Girl wife - will finish his career LA Galaxy following the Major League Soccer cup final match between his team and the Houston Dynamo on Saturday (01.12.12).
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