Buffon reconsiders future
By Phil Jackson
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
The world's costliest keeper Gianluigi Buffon has conceded he could leave Juve.
The world's most expensive goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon has conceded he could leave Juventus in the summer.
The 28-year-old Italian number one joined the Turin giants for £32 million five seasons ago, and stayed this season despite relegation as a result of the country's match-fixing scandal.
Internazionale were linked with a move for the keeper over the summer, while speculation surrounding Chelsea's interest has increased following Petr Cech's serious head injury.
Buffon has now ruled out a move in the January transfer window though, but has offered hope for his potential suitors in the summer.
"There is the possibility that I will remain at Juventus but there's also the possibility that I will leave," Buffon admitted.
"I will decide in June what to do.
"I have to consider several things. I always take a last minute decision and right now, I am in no hurry."
The Serie B outfit had their point deduction halved to eight points on appeal last week, though they remain some distance off winning their way back to the top flight any time soon.