Juventus goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon reportedly considers moving for a last experience abroad before retiring from football.
The 43-year-old has played five League games with the Bianconeri this term, keeping three clean sheets in the process.
The former Italy international has not decided to retire yet but La Gazzetta dello Sport reveals he finds himself at a crossroads.
The newspaper claims Buffon could look for another experience abroad before retiring from football but the issue will not be addressed until the season is over.
Buffon has played all four Coppa Italia games so far and captained the side in the two legs against Inter in the semi-finals.
He’s expected to play in the Final against Atalanta in May and will reportedly not make a decision prior to the important match for Andrea Pirlo’s team.
Buffon, capped 176 times by Italy, spent 2018-19 at Paris Saint-Germain, but has otherwise played in Serie A with Parma and Juventus since his debut in 1995 with the Crociati.