David and Victoria Beckham have confirmed their plans of moving back to London, as David prepares to announce where he will end his career.
The couple has already enrolled their three sons in a London school, the Daily Mail reported.
The 37-year-old footie ace played his final game with LA Galaxy last month.
The family has been making plans for the move for some time and Victoria, 38, was seen house hunting in South-West London.
David - who helped his side win the MLS Cup in December - has been bombarded with options and has offers from Paris Saint-Germain, who are currently top of French Ligue 1, which is reportedly worth 200,000 pounds a week, as well as Monaco.
While Chinese club Shanghai Shenhua have offered Becks 250,000 pounds a week.
He will announce his next move later this month, but a source said that David is still undecided.
Wherever he decides to go, the family will make their base in London.
After visiting a string of prestigious establishments, the Beckhams agreed on a 15,000 pounds-a-year school for Brooklyn, Romeo and Cruz.
Victoria is already believed to have found a nursery for the couple's one-year-old daughter Harper.
The couple are keeping their 22-million-dollar Beverly Hills mansion, which will continue to be their US base, and still own their Hertforshire mansion, nicknamed Beckingham Palace.