Pippo Inzaghi reportedly has a choice of two clubs to continue his playing career at this summer, or a new role with Milan.
The veteran striker, who will be 39 by the time the new season kicks off, is a free agent after leaving the Rossoneri at the end of 2011-12.
Initially declaring that he was keen to continue playing on, his choice for doing so is apparently between two clubs.
First is a return to Atalanta, who he spent the 1996-97 season with, whilst second is a surprise move to English Championship side Watford, who have just been taken over by Udinese owner Giampaolo Pozzo and have just hired Gianfranco Zola as Coach.
However, reports suggest that the forward is now leaning towards a stay with Milan, who have offered him a coaching role with their youth team for next season.
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