The 34-year-old, who has spent 13 years at Milan, revealed that he is keen on making a return to Scotland, but that a move is "difficult" because of the club's financial situationGennaro Gattuso is hoping to make a return to his former club Rangers after deciding to leave AC Milan.
The Italian legend announced on Friday that this season will be his last for Milan, with a number of others from a golden generation also calling time on their playing career at San Siro.
The 34-year-old is not looking to retire just yet though, and at his farewell press conference he revealed that he is open to the idea of a return to Scotland, though admitted it would be hard because of the club's precarious financial situation.
He told reporters: "I close where I started, it would be a choice of heart towards those who allowed me to become a player.
"It would be nice to go there but unfortunately it is difficult because the club is in administration, but debts cannot make a market."
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Gattuso made 34 appearances, scoring three goals, for Rangers during the 1997-98 season, before moving onto Salernitana.
The midfielder was bought by Milan in 1999, and has played no fewer than 467 games for the Rossoneri. However, he has become frustrated with life at AC Milan after a vastly reduced role in the side this season, featuring just six times, partly because of an eye injury that ruled him out of action for almost a year.
Alessandro Nesta, Clarence Seedorf, Mark van Bommel and Filippo Inzaghi have all also announced they are leaving Milan at the end of the season.
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