Netherlands captain Mark van
Bommel will leave AC Milan and return to former club PSV
Eindhoven, the 35-year-old told the Italian club's TV channel.
Van Bommel, who joined Milan from Bayern Munich in January
2011, becomes the fourth player to announce his departure from
the club this week, following striker Filippo Inzaghi,
midfielder Gennaro Gattuso and defender Alessandro Nesta.
"That's life, and there comes a time when you have to leave.
When I came here everyone told me that this club was like a
family, and it's true. It is like that," Van Bommel said.
The midfielder played for PSV from 1999 to 2005 before
joining Barcelona where he won the title and Champions League.
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