Seedorf not ruling out staying at AC Milan

The Dutch midfielder is determined to continue playing for at least two more seasons, and could even stay with the Rossoneri despite previously stating he would leave San Siro
Clarence Seedorf has insisted that he has no intention of hanging up his boots, and added that he has yet to make a final decision over his future as he could end up staying with AC Milan.

The 36-year-old said prior to last Sunday's game versus Novara that it would be his last match for the Rossoneri, and reports from Brazil had suggested that he was on the verge of joining Botafogo.

However, Seedorf appears to have made a U-turn on his decision and could now remain at the 2010-11 Serie A champions.

"I do not rule anything out, not even staying at Milan. 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," the Dutchman stated to La7.
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Seedorf's contract with Milan is due to expire in June. He joined the Rossoneri in 2002 after previous stints with Inter, Real Madrid, Sampdoria and Ajax.