Gianluca Zambrotta has no idea whether he will be offered a new contract by Milan at the end of the season.
The defender is one of 10 players with expiring agreements and the outfit have refused to discuss renewals until the campaign comes to an end.
“The future starts after June 30,” agent Giuseppe Bonetto told Milan News. “Milan have the right to allow a player’s contract to run down and then evaluate things.
“Now, however, is not the time to think about what will happen. The championship is at a hot stage right now, so we’ll have to wait and see.
“His desire? It is certainly hard to leave when you are at a club like Milan. Things are really good here.”
The 2006 World Cup winner, formerly of Juventus, joined the Diavolo in the summer of 2008 for around €10m from Barcelona.
Zambrotta, 35, has played in just 11 League games so far this term.
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