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Friday, June 22, 2012

I have several offers and need some time to think, reveals Seedorf

The Dutchman confirmed his departure from AC Milan on Thursday after 10 years with the Rossoneri, and he is now evaluating a number of contract proposals
Clarence Seedorf has played down reports that he is bound for Botafogo, explaining that he has been inundated with offers from interested clubs and will therefore require a few days to decide his next move.
The former Netherlands international recently confirmed that he will be leaving AC Milan, with his contract with the Rossoneri set to expire at the end of June.It was expected that Seedorf would also announce his decision to move to Botafogo at the specially-arranged press conference, but the veteran midfielder insists that his future is still up in the air.

"What I can say is that I have never before in my career received so many offers, I need some time to think and make a decision, just as I did before I left Inter and signed with Milan in 2002.But you will know my future soon. In the coming days, everyone will know, but I want to try a new experience; it's time for a change." the Dutchman said.

Seedorf won two Serie A titles and two Champions League crowns during his decade-long stint with the Rossoneri.

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