Juventus goalkeeper, Gianluigi Buffon has expressed doubts over his future even as he contemplates retiring at the end of the current season.
One of world football’s most decorated goalkeepers says he could be continuing his career somewhere else after announcing he would be leaving Turin at the end of this season.
The Juventus safest pair of hands in an interview said “I would like to thank the president [Agnelli], Buffon began, “as apart from the institutional role he plays, he is something more than that, and over the years we have shared all the important decisions and we have shared a true friendship.
“Everything that has happened has been based on honesty and loyalty, and the fight against hypocrisy which has helped us move forward together.
“For me, it is a great honour to be here and I’m glad you are here. I want to thank all the press for being here.
“So I would like to summarise the day, a day full of great emotions and have come here with serenity and satisfaction.
“I have had an extraordinary career and was privileged to share it with so many wonderful people, and thanks to this love and support I have always tried to do my best.
“Saturday will be my last match with Juve and it will be the best way to conclude this great, amazing adventure, and to end it with two great trophies is fantastic.
Buffon who began his career with Parma in 1995, joined Juventus from Parma for a fee of €52 million in 2001 and has made 650 appearances for the Bianconeri winning a record nine Scudetti and five Coppa Italian trophies as well as the World Cup with Italy in 2016.