Pescara goalkeeper Ivan Pelizzoli won’t make a final decision on his future until he gets back from his summer break.
The 32-year-old is liked by a number of outfits after he impressed in Serie A this term – even if he only appeared in 11 matches.
“I still have a year left on my contract with Pescara and I’m happy here,” the former Roma custodian told Forza Pescara.
“For the moment I just want to think about enjoying my holiday. If any concrete offers arrive then I’ll evaluate them along with the club.”
Cagliari and Sassuolo are just two sides who are taking an interest in the twice-capped shot-stopper.
Pelizzoli spent most of the season behind 20-year-old Mattia Perin who was given an opportunity to mature on loan from Genoa.
Pescara finished bottom of the League and will be playing Serie B football next season.
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