Antonio Di Natale has reportedly decided to stay with Udinese for another season after considering a move abroad.
The 37-year-old striker had originally announced his Serie A retirement last year only to change his mind.
He was looking at options including America’s MLS and Qatar for this summer.
According to Sky Sport Italia, Udinese have been able to convince Toto’ to extend his contract by another year.
This will allow him to play in the new Stadio Friuli, which has been under construction for a year.
Di Natale has been in Udine since July 2004, scoring an extraordinary 223 goals in 420 competitive appearances for the club.
His career total in Serie A stands at 207 goals, beating idol Roberto Baggio’s tally.