Milan defender Gianluca Zambrotta has disclosed his two preferred destinations when his contract with the Rossoneri expires at the end of the season.
The veteran defender was one of a number of players who have not been offered a contract extension at San Siro, but he is, nonetheless, determined to continue his playing career.
Just like his teammates Alessandro Nesta, Gennaro Gattuso and Filippo Inzaghi, Zambrotta looks set to leave European football.
The former Italian international reveals MLS and Dubai are the most likely destinations when it comes to choosing a new club.
“I still feel like a footballer and I want to try an experience abroad,” the 35-year-old told Il Corriere dello Sport. “Where? Dubai or the United States.”
The player, who started his professional career at Como, where he spent three years before moving to Bari, has made a name for himself at Juventus, but also enjoyed spells at Barcelona and Milan.
Zambrotta has 98 Italy caps and 2 international goals to his name, and he was part of the 2006 World Cup winning squad.
The versatile defender has spent last four years at Milan, but has been nothing more than a bit-part player over the last couple of years.