Massimo Oddo says he would be willing to leave Milan this summer, but nobody has come forward for his signature.
"I have a contract with Milan and I'm just focusing on being ready for pre-season," the 35-year-old noted.
"However, if the club told me that I was no longer needed then I would consider some other options.
"Nevertheless, up until now, I haven't heard from anybody. I have a year left on my contract and I will just respect that."
The right-back, who won the 2006 World Cup with Italy, was rarely used last season after making just seven League appearances for a total of 433 minutes.
"I always look to be at the disposal of the Coach," he added. "I would have liked to have played more, but I was always ready when called upon."
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