LA Galaxy: Is the Club Close to Losing Two of Its Best Players?

The LA Galaxy have been one of the most dominate teams in MLS over the last year. A big part of that is that they have all three of their Designated Player spots filled up with world class players. These players are Landon Donovan, David Beckham and Robbie Keane.

All good things must come to an end, and in the case of the Galaxy, this is also true. The core of world class players will eventually have to break up, and today I'll be examining what the future has in store for each of the big three. 

David Beckham has been with the Galaxy since 2007 and signed a two-year contract earlier this year. He will be 38 when the contract expires. After deciding not to take up any offers from Europe, citing that his family loved SoCal among other things, and stayed in LA. It's unlikely that when he's two years older that he will turn around and leave the Galaxy. He'll either stay in LA or retire after his contract expires, but with his quality and love of the game, I thin...

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