Despite offers from abroad, Daniele De Rossi has decided to stay in Italy after officially leaving Roma. In fact, several clubs are interested in his services, including AC Milan.
Sky Italia reports that despite his links with Roma, having only played for the Giallorossi his entire career, De Rossi believes that the fans won’t be upset as it wasn’t his decision to leave in the first leave.
Milan, meanwhile, are looking for an experienced player that can help guide the young players of the squad. De Rossi, therefore, is believed to be the perfect fit for the Rossoneri, who have made an offer to the player.
As reported by Calciomercato.com, the former Roma captain has been offered one year as a player with Milan, while for the future he would take up the role as a technical collaborator.
The Rossoneri’s new sporting director Massarra (formerly of Roma) and new manager Giampaolo are both in favour of the deal, and so the ball is in De Rossi’s court.