The 38-year-old Brazilian has been a free agent since parting company with the Rossoneri in 2010 and still believes he has plenty to offer to a club at the highest levelAC Milan goalkeeper Dida has revealed that he has not given up hope on resuming his professional career, but admitted that he will not return unless he receives an offer that interests him.
The former Brazil international's contract with the Rossoneri expired in the summer of 2010 and he has been looking for a club ever since.
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"I was training in Italy and trying to find a team in Europe, only I could not find any that interested me," the 38-year-old told Globoesporte. "I wanted to go to England, but could not because I'm non-EU.
"I'm living in Belo Horizonte now. I hope that I can maybe continue playing but this depends on the right proposal appearing. If it does not, I will remain by my family's side."
Dida spent a decade at Milan after joining from Corinthians in 2000 and won two Champions League titles during that time.