Friday, August 18, 2017

Inzaghi coy on retirement talk

Italian striker Filippo Inzaghi explains that he has yet to make a decision on his future after being released from his contract at Milan.

The 38-year-old is set to leave the Rossoneri after spending last 11 years at San Siro, after the club chiefs opted against offering him a new contract.

The veteran striker is now expected to decide whether to continue his playing career at another club or to retire from football, and the player admits he has yet to make up his mind.

“I know many of you expected to announce the decision on my future, but I haven’t yet decided what to do,” Inzaghi told reporters at an event organized by La Gazzetta dello Sport.

“If I followed my heart, I would continue to play because that is what I love to do, but there is an important proposal from the club to train the youth team.”

Inzaghi was offered the opportunity to coach Milan’s youth side and it appears he is on the verge of accepting the proposal.

“Today I will lunch with Galliani and see what to do.”

The former Italian international joined Milan in a €40 million deal from Juventus in August 2001 and has since scored 73 goals in 202 Serie A games for the Rossoneri.

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