David Beckham will arrive at Tottenham tomorrow - with Harry Redknapp still hoping to push through a loan deal for the former England captain. A loan move for Beckham had been described by Redknapp as a "no-goer" earlier in the day, but his tone changed after Tottenham's FA Cup third-round win over Charlton.
After a week of negotiations between Tottenham and Beckham's parent club, the Los Angeles Galaxy, Redknapp initially said that an eight-week loan for the star had fallen through because of "insurance issues".
But following Spurs' 3-0 win against their npower League One opponents, Redknapp appeared to backtrack on his previous statement.
And he insisted the midfielder, who will meet with Tottenham's medical staff tomorrow morning before joining in with training on Tuesday, could still join on a playing basis.
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