MILAN - AC Milan midfielder Clarence
Seedorf has opted to stay with the Serie A champions for one
more season having looked destined to head to the Brazilian
A club statement on Wednesday said Seedorf had penned a new
deal until June 2012.
The 35-year-old Dutchman was among a host of older Milan
players who had to wait until the end of the campaign to find
out if their deals would be renewed.
All are staying except for Italy midfielder Andrea Pirlo,
who joined Juventus on Tuesday.
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