Seedorf reveals he could still stay at AC Milan

The former Netherlands international appeared destined to leave San Siro this summer but insists that he could yet sign a new deal with the club
Clarence Seedorf has admitted that his future remains very much up in the air and is therefore reluctant to rule out the prospect of him remaining at AC Milan.

The veteran midfielder's contract with the Rossoneri expires this summer and he has been heavily linked with a move to Brazilian outfit Botafogo in recent weeks.

However, Seedorf has revealed that he is still weighing up his options, explaining that the only certainty is that he will not call time on his long and illustrious career.

“I have not yet decided on my future, but I will keep playing,” the 36-year-old Dutchman told Sky Sport Italia.

“Where will I play? I have not decided yet, but it could also be here [in Milan].”

Seedorf, who arrived at San Siro from city rivals Inter in 2002, featured only sporadically for the Rossoneri this season, having fallen out of favour with coach Massimiliano Allegri.