Seedorf hints at Milan stay
Clarence Seedorf has played down reports he is definitely leaving AC Milan and hinted he could extend his stay at the San Siro.
The 36-year-old Dutch veteran had previously stated Milan's game with Novara on Sunday would be his last for the Rossoneri, and he was linked in Brazil with a move to Botafogo. Seedorf, who joined AC from Inter back in 2002 in an exchange deal with Francesco Coco, has told Italian TV he wants to continue playing for another few years and could extend his contract with Milan which runs out next month. "I do not rule anything out, not even staying at Milan," the former Real Madrid, Sampdoria and Ajax man told La7. "I am taking a week to think about it and make a decision calmly. I will definitely not retire, though. I want to play for two or three more years."