Buffon continues his career and prepares to return to the “roots”!

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Rome (AFP)

Veteran Italian goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon ruled out the idea of ​​retiring from football after leaving Juventus at the end of the season, giving himself a few days before choosing his next possible destination, his second division starting team. , Parma.

The 43-year-old said in an interview with Mediaset during the opening of his football academy dedicated to goalkeepers that I do not yet have an answer about his destination and said: I am pondering important thoughts that will eventually take me either to play abroad and participate in Champions League base or keep me in Italy

“In any case, I will not regret this decision,” he added. The 2006 World Cup champion resumed what he did after announcing his second retirement from Juventus when he said he would not retire despite his advanced age, which coincided with reports from Gazzetta dello Sport and “Corriere della Sera” that his next destination would be to return to Parma, where his career began. In age groups in 1991, he made the first team in 1995 and then moved to the Turin giant in 2001.

Buffon crowned Parma with the European Cup, Italian Cup and Italian Super Cup in 1999, before becoming one of the most popular symbols in the ranks of Juventus, who defended their goal from 2001 to 2018 before leaving for one season for French adventures with Paris. Saint Germain, and then returned back to the den of the old ladies in the summer of 2019.

Buffon won the Italian league title 10 times in a Juventus shirt and stayed with him when he was promoted to the second division in the 2006-2007 season due to match fixing, which strengthened his position among the fans of “Old Woman”. “The team with which he reached the Champions League final three times, but fell on the last hurdle. Against local rivals Milan (2003), Barcelona (2015) and Real Madrid (2017).

Buffon, who holds the record for the number of matches in the Italian league (657), said goodbye to the Turin giant with the bitterness of abandoning the local championship title in favor of rival Inter and exiting the Champions League final price at Ruki Porto, but he said goodbye to Biakoneri with the final title after winning Atalanta in the Italian Cup.

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