Andrea Pirlo’s contract expires in June and he’s considering a new Juventus offer, but several Premier League clubs are calling.
The midfielder will turn 35 in May, although he remains one of the top players in the world in his role.
He shook up the situation this week when revealing he wanted to continue playing, “we’ll see if it’s with Juve or another team, but I won’t rule anything out.”
Chelsea, Tottenham, Arsenal and Manchester United are all said to be preparing offers if he wants a new experience as a free agent next year.
According to La Gazzetta dello Sport today, Pirlo’s agent is ready to discuss the Juventus proposal of a two-year contract worth €4m per season plus performance-related bonuses.
The Daily Star claims Spurs are leading the chase with a three-year contract worth €5m per season.
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