During the last 18 months Jurgen has introduced a lot of new ideas to the team and has a vision of how he wants to grow the program. Every coach around the world has his own style and methods. He has always been up front
with players about where they stand and where he sees them going. Not every player is going to be happy with all of the decisions and methods, but he will tell you to your face where you stand. From a coach, that is the best thing you could ask for. One of the greatest strengths of this team has always been our unity and spirit, and we all remain committed to the cause of qualifying for the World Cup.
It will be hard to know exactly when he's "left" L.A. and "arrived" in Paris, since it appears he will only "begin training with the club (PSG) in the next fortnight". (Source)
I'm really confused that he will not be ready to play right away, because as Beckham always reminded us while playing for AC Milan or training with other teams rather than ours or showing up injured and without rehab at the beginning of his time with us, that he has always been "completely professional".
And so, ask Buck notes, we should anticipate Beckham coming to L.A. to train in the offseason of Ligue 1. He's always been so dedicated to off season and especially preseason training "somewhere" else that only the hateful and completely illogical would fail to think that Beckham will be coming here to train.
Edit: There are no In-n-Outs in France, and Paris is known as a city where it is notoriously difficult to get something to eat, so he has to be coming (back) to L.A.