David Beckham is coming back to the Los Angeles Galaxy.
The England midfielder will return to the MLS team next month as scheduled after his three-month loan agreement with AC Milan ends.
Tim Leiweke, president of Galaxy parent AEG, said yesterday the Italian club didn't make a second offer to the Galaxy to keep Beckham so the team will adhere to MLS commissioner Don Garber's Friday's deadline to resolve the situation.
The Galaxy had earlier rejected Milan's only offer.
"We didn't receive an offer today," Leiweke told The Associated Press by phone from Colorado. "We will abide by the commissioner's wishes, so we are clear at this point that we don't want to have any further conversations."
Leiweke said he had discussions with Milan officials earlier in the week, but heard nothing from them by Friday.
"They clearly were looking at this as a football decision and we were looking at it as a football and business decision," he said.
"I'm not sure they ever quite understood the magnitude of the losses the Galaxy and the league would have had to bear this season. They were very respectful discussions.