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MADRID, Spain -- David Beckham trained with Real Madrid on Thursday and has been passed fit for his final game with the Spanish giants at home to Mallorca on Sunday.
Beckham, who injured his ankle on England duty and aggravated the knock in Real's dramatic 2-2 draw with Real Zaragoza, ran freely as he prepared for the title decider.
He later told a press conference that he would not be changing his mind about his big-money move to LA Galaxy.
Beckham was reacting to claims by Real president Ramon Calderon that they would try to persuade him to stay at the Bernabeu, invoking a clause in his contract.
"There is no clause in the contract. My last game is Sunday. I have had an incredible time and hopefully I will end with the best ending possible," he said.
"I have had no contact with the president about anything else and I first realized I would be leaving Real in January when I was told my contract wouldn't be renewed.
"I made a decision, I had to. I needed to make a decision and my option was the United States. I'm very happy about that decision, it's a very exciting prospect.
"The Real Madrid fans have been incredible, not just to me but to my family. That is something I will never forget in my whole life.
"I have to say thank you for that. I could without a doubt have stayed for two or three more years, I could have stayed for the rest of my career but things change.
"I have a lot of respect respect for the president and Fabio Capello, he is one of the best managers in football."
Real Madrid will win their first Primera Liga title in four years with a home victory over Mallorca or matching the result of reigning champions Barcelona who are at Gimnastic.
Beckham has enjoyed a strong finish to the Primera season winning an England recall.