Juventus goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon’s future will be decided after the season and there are reportedly five possible destinations for the veteran.
The Bianconeri shot stopper has turned 43 and recently announced he has opened a Football Academy for young goalkeepers.
Tuttosport claims it’s difficult to stay at the Allianz Stadium, but the former Italy international doesn’t seem ready to retire.
Buffon wants to play as a starter if he was to move and his performances with the Old Lady this term certify that he’s still up to the task.
The newspaper claims five clubs have come forward, ready to offer Buffon a chance to play for one more season at top level.
Olympiacos, Eintracht Frankfurt, Sporting Lisbon, Galatasaray and Dynamo Kiev are reportedly interested and Buffon seems ‘very tempted’, according to the report.
The Coppa Italia Final against Atalanta on May 19 will most likely be Buffon’s last appearance for the Bianconeri, 7206 days after his debut on August 26, 2001.