Seedorf attacks Milan over lack of contract talk

Updated: 13 May 2011 12:17 IST

Veteran Dutch midfielder Clarence Seedorf has hit out at AC Milan for stalling over new contract talks.

Rome:

Veteran Dutch midfielder Clarence Seedorf has hit out at AC Milan for stalling over new contract talks.

Seedorf is one of a number of Milan veterans whose contracts run out at the end of this season but he has had no offer of a renewal from the club.

"For all of us it's important to have clarity," Seedorf moaned to Sky TV.

"To have (Alessandro) Nesta, (Massimo) Ambrosini and (Andrea) Pirlo all waiting for clarity two weeks before the end of the season is not a strategy that I share."

Seedorf revealed that he had received a number of offers from other clubs but added: "Unlike the others, I'm not using that against Milan."

"I just want to know what (administrative delegator Adriano) Galliani's position is."

"I can't say that I have a meeting planned with Milan, I haven't asked for one and I don't want it to become a question of whether I stay or not."

"I have an excellent relationship with Galliani and he will tell me straight what's what."

"I'm receiving offers, I could have signed or spoken with other teams but I haven't done that out of respect for Milan who should be the first to evaluate the situation."

Having previously played for Ajax, Sampdoria, Real Madrid and Inter Milan, Seedorf joined Milan in 2002.

He has won two titles and two Champions League crowns with them and is the only player in history to have won the Champions League with three different clubs - Ajax and Real being the others.

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