Ambrosini could be forced abroad

Milan’s Massimo Ambrosini has claimed that he could never represent another Italian club, so could continue his career in a different country unless he receives a contract extension by the end of the season.
Ambrosini’s current deal expires in the summer, and there have been no negotiations regarding another one. The 33-year-old captain would be allowed to talk to other clubs from January about signing a pre-contract agreement, and Milan may be content to let him move on as they try to reduce the average age of their squad.
But, Ambrosini has vowed not to join one of Milan’s Serie A rivals. He said: “After 15 years, can you see me in another shirt? In Italy, it would be difficult for me. I’m not going to stop, so if I don’t find an agreement with Milan I will go abroad.”
The combative midfielder has been with the Rossoneri since 1995 when coach Fabio Capello signed him from Cesena. This season he has been club captain but is currently unable to guarantee himself a first-team spot, leading to his future to be questioned. Welcome Bonus Offer Betway

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