Milan midfielder Lucas Biglia has claimed he ‘can play for a few more years’ but will prioritise his family when he chooses his next destination.
The Argentine has turned 34 and is set to leave the Rossoneri when his current deal expires in June, but the former Argentina international has no intentions of quitting.
“I have a contract until June and then we will see what to do,” he told Radio Del Plata. “Honestly, I will prioritise my wife and children and their wishes. The economic side of things is not a priority.
“I think I can continue to play for a few more years.”
The former Lazio man has revealed he would like to stay in football and contemplates signing up for a coaching course.
“I wonder what I will do when I wake up and I don’t have to train anymore,” he added. “I’m starting to consider taking the coaching courses.
“In Spain and in Argentina I can do it online. That’s my idea.”
Biglia arrived in Europe 13 years ago, when he moved from Independiente to Anderlecht in 2006 and has played 160 Serie A matches since his move to Lazio from the Belgian giants in 2013.