Clarence Seedorf had a meeting with Milan today, but admits “I don't know if I will stay next season.”
The Dutchman's contract expires on June 30 and he has several offers from overseas, including Brazilian sides Botafogo and Corinthians.
“Today's meeting went well,” he said after talks with Vice-President Adriano Galliani.
“I don't know if I will stay at Milan next season, but it was a very friendly meeting and we'll talk again next week. We want to end the season with a victory against Udinese first, then we'll discuss it.”
Some have already put pen to paper, as this evening it was announced that Thiago Silva, Mark Van Bommel and third choice goalkeeper Flavio Roma all signed new contracts.
“My rapport with Milan will be good, even if we no longer work together. After all, we have always got along well, as President Silvio Berlusconi and Galliani expressed words of affection towards me.”
This week Botafogo publicly declared their interest in signing Seedorf, whose wife is Brazilian.
“I have not met with any Botafogo directors personally. Maybe someone else did on my behalf.”