Juventus goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon has announced his departure from the Turin giants after 17 years.
The 40-year-old goalkeeper called time on his global career last year and was expected to retire from playing altogether at the end of the season.
If my future indeed lies off the pitch, it will be necessary to undergo a training course in order to understand the right path to take and what role I could occupy.
It's certainly an unexpected move from the Ligue 1 champions, particularly the fact that they have offered a 40-year-old a two-year deal.
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"Over the next three days, full of emotion, I will, after two or three days of reflection, make a definitive decision", he said. "I wouldn't feel at ease", Buffon added. "Saturday's match is the only thing that is for certain", said Buffon.
Buffon announced Thursday that this season will be his last with Juventus, and as a professional footballer. It's a way of seeing what you're made of and I have never been afraid of a challenge.
Buffon joined Juve from Parma at the age of 23 in July 2001. "I am a competitive animal", he said.
On May 11 UEFA opened disciplinary proceedings over Buffon's outburst against Oliver after he gave Real Madrid the 93rd-minute penalty in their April 11 Champions League quarterfinal second leg at the Bernebeu.
Despite this, there is still speculation that Liverpool FC could be on the hunt for a new shot-stopper this summer, and Italy legend Buffon is being touted as a possible target.
The shot-stopper also confirmed he would not play again for the Azzurri, ruling out an expected worldwide farewell on June 4 in a friendly against the Netherlands.