Milan striker Giampaolo Pazzini says he is ‘calm’ over his future, despite his contract expiring this summer.
The 30-year-old scored what could be his last goal for the club in Saturday’s win over Atalanta, but says he’s not worried about his future.
“I’m happy to have scored a goal to end the season well,” Pazzini told Milan Channel.
“Scoring a penalty is never easy, because you’re expected to score them, so you’ve got everything to lose.
“[CEO Adriano] Galliani said he’ll meet with those whose contracts are expiring soon, we’re all calm.
“The role of striker is an important one, and each has his own characteristics. I try to always make myself available to help the team.”