Veteran striker Pippo Inzaghi is unsure of whether to play on or accept a coaching role in Milan’s youth sector.
The 38-year-old’s contract with the Diavolo expires at the end of this month and he won’t sign a renewal.
Milan hope to keep him at the club, but the 2006 World Cup winner is hungry to keep rippling the net.
“It is a hard decision to make,” the former Juventus striker, who joined the San Siro outfit in 2001, told Sky Sport Italia.
“On one side Milan have offered me the bench of the Allievi Nazionali side. I thank them and it would be great.
“However, passion still gets the better of me, I’m in good shape and I would like to continue playing football.
“I’ve received a variety of offers from abroad, but especially from Italy. It is only right that I think about it. If no offers had arrived then my decision would have been easy.”
Inzaghi, one goal in nine appearances for the Rossoneri in 2011-12, turned down a January offer from Siena.
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