Juventus star Giorgio Chiellini says that is planning on reassessing his future after next season as the defender says he’s hoping to continue on with his playing career.
The 35-year-old has been with Juventus since 2005, having made 509 total appearances for the club.
During his time with Juve, Chiellini has won Serie A eight times while also claiming four Coppa Italia trophies.
Chiellini has been kept out of virtually all of Juve’s matches this season, having suffered a torn anterior cruciate ligament in August.
However, having returned to fitness just prior to the coronavius outbreak, Chielli says that he believes that he has plenty left to give as a player.
“Next year I’ll see how I feel. I’ll play for another year, then let’s see,” the defender said on Instagram.
“I could play for another year after that, I would like to continue in football because it’s my life. I would prefer a management role than as a coach, but in life you never know”.