After ten years with Serie A giants AC Milan, Clarence Seedorf will leave the rossoneri when his contract expires at the end of the month. At age 36, the midfielder managed 19 league games with Milan this season, 15 of those starts. Not quite ready to hang up his boots completely, Seedorf has confirmed that he's received multiple offers, but has not revealed his next destination.
The former Dutch international began his playing career in Holland, for Ajax, before moving on to Sampdoria, Real Madriad and Inter Milan. In 2002, he made the switch from the nerazzurri to their rivals, helping Milan win the Champions League that same season. Over his decade at the club, he won two scudetti, two Champions League titles, two European Super Cups, a Club World Cup and a Coppa Italia.
While the number 10 shirt will be passed to another club hero, Zlatan Ibrahimovic, the Swede certainly won't be able to replicate Seedorf's class and grace on the pitch. Clarence Seedorf will undoubtedly be missed by Milan.