Lucas Biglia has revealed he will ‘not exclude returning to play in Argentina’ and claimed Milan will soon be a force in Europe again.
The midfielder, who arrived from Lazio in July 2017, is currently preparing to leave the Rossoneri after three seasons at San Siro.
His destination is not set and the 34-year-old former Argentina international could return to his homeland to play but wants to take his coaching badges in Europe.
“I’m evaluating my future. I don’t exclude the possibility of returning to play in Argentina,” he told Tanto por Decir.
He has been part of a Milan side that has gone through a host of changes behind the scenes and Biglia is sure the club will return to the top.
“Since I arrived, the club has changed ownership twice. Milan will return to be Milan when there’s stability in the organisation of the club.
“It will become one of the European powers, like before. But it will take time.”
Biglia admitted he would like to start a career in coaching, something he has realised during quarantine.
“I would like to start my coaching course in Europe and when I finish playing, I will devote my time to the family.
“But then I’ll go back to football, because I realised in this quarantine that I need it.”
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