Buffon speaks out about Juventus future

Juventus keeper Gigi Buffon has spoken out about his future after weeks of rumours suggesting that he may leave. The 33 year old conceded in his interview that leaving ‘The Old Lady’ was not out of the question.
Buffon had been speaking on Italian TV show Chiambretti Night and stated that although he had no offers as yet, he would not shun them unnecessarily: “Juve for life or I leave? That could be considered as true but it is not totally correct,” the goalkeeper noted. I don’t think I’m a man for the transfer market, you can’t make money on a 33-year-old.
“Nevertheless, I do think that I have still got four or fives years left in me at the top level. No other clubs have contacted me, but if there was a possibility of a move then I would discuss the matter with Giuseppe Marotta.”
The Italian International has been linked with a host of clubs from Arsenal through to Roma and has shown no preference up until now. There was a slight give away in this interview however, as he said that he was in favour of the changes at the Roman club: “It’ll be important that someone like Thomas Di Benedetto, with his economical power, enters the world of Italian football.”

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