The 43-year-old is still not considering ending his football career despite playing for 26 years after choosing to join former club Parma. Serie B in the middle of last year While he admits that he still wants to look for new experiences in other countries as well.
Gianluigi Buffon is setting his sights on a move to Mexico or America despite turning 44 at the end of January – but the legendary goalkeeper admits he’d have already retired if he had won the Champions League.
Buffon, who has plied his trade in professional football for over 25 years, is currently back on Parma’s books after heading back to his boyhood club in the summer.
“I’d like to try playing in Mexico or the United States, it’s an experience I’d like to try. Let’s see what happens,” Buffon told TUDN
. The truth is, I still don’t know if I will become a manager or a coach. But what I want to do now is keep improving myself.”
“Missing the Champions League It keeps my competitive spirit alive. Maybe if I ever won the Champions League I might retire now. Because I probably have no more important goals to do.”