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Gianluigi Buffon verabschiedet sich von Juventus Turin
Gianluigi Buffon verabschiedet sich von Juventus Turin
Gianluigi Buffon verabschiedet sich von Juventus Turin
Juventus goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon gestures during the Serie A soccer match between Juventus and Hellas Verona, at the Allianz Stadium in Turin, Italy, Saturday, May 19, 2018. Juventus captain Gianluigi Buffon played his last match for the Italian champion on Saturday and has put off retirement to consider offers to play overseas. (Alessandro Di Marco/ANSA via AP)
Juventus goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon gestures during the Serie A soccer match between Juventus and Hellas Verona, at the Allianz Stadium in Turin, Italy, Saturday, May 19, 2018. Juventus captain Gianluigi Buffon played his last match for the Italian champion on Saturday and has put off retirement to consider offers to play overseas. (Alessandro Di Marco/ANSA via AP)
Juventus goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon gestures during the Serie A soccer match between Juventus and Hellas Verona, at the Allianz Stadium in Turin, Italy, Saturday, May 19, 2018. Juventus captain Gianluigi Buffon played his last match for the Italian champion on Saturday and has put off retirement to consider offers to play overseas. (Alessandro Di Marco/ANSA via AP)
Gigi Buffon, légendaire portier de la Juventus Turin et l'un des meilleurs gardiens de l'histoire, faisait ses adieux à son public ce samedi 19 mai face au Hellas Vérone. L'occasion de recevoir de chauds applaudissements des supporters. Une séquence à retrouver en vidéo sur Non Stop Zapping.
Gigi Buffon acclamé par le public pour son dernier match avec la Juventus Turin (vidéo)
Gigi Buffon, légendaire portier de la Juventus Turin et l'un des meilleurs gardiens de l'histoire, faisait ses adieux à son public ce samedi 19 mai face au Hellas Vérone. L'occasion de recevoir de chauds applaudissements des supporters. Une séquence à retrouver en vidéo sur Non Stop Zapping.
Gigi Buffon, légendaire portier de la Juventus Turin et l'un des meilleurs gardiens de l'histoire, faisait ses adieux à son public ce samedi 19 mai face au Hellas Vérone. L'occasion de recevoir de chauds applaudissements des supporters. Une séquence à retrouver en vidéo sur Non Stop Zapping.
Gigi Buffon acclamé par le public pour son dernier match avec la Juventus Turin (vidéo)
Gigi Buffon, légendaire portier de la Juventus Turin et l'un des meilleurs gardiens de l'histoire, faisait ses adieux à son public ce samedi 19 mai face au Hellas Vérone. L'occasion de recevoir de chauds applaudissements des supporters. Une séquence à retrouver en vidéo sur Non Stop Zapping.
Gigi Buffon, légendaire portier de la Juventus Turin et l'un des meilleurs gardiens de l'histoire, faisait ses adieux à son public ce samedi 19 mai face au Hellas Vérone. L'occasion de recevoir de chauds applaudissements des supporters. Une séquence à retrouver en vidéo sur Non Stop Zapping.
Gigi Buffon acclamé par le public pour son dernier match avec la Juventus Turin (vidéo)
Gigi Buffon, légendaire portier de la Juventus Turin et l'un des meilleurs gardiens de l'histoire, faisait ses adieux à son public ce samedi 19 mai face au Hellas Vérone. L'occasion de recevoir de chauds applaudissements des supporters. Une séquence à retrouver en vidéo sur Non Stop Zapping.
Gigi Buffon, légendaire portier de la Juventus Turin et l'un des meilleurs gardiens de l'histoire, faisait ses adieux à son public ce samedi 19 mai face au Hellas Vérone. L'occasion de recevoir de chauds applaudissements des supporters. Une séquence à retrouver en vidéo sur Non Stop Zapping.
Gigi Buffon acclamé par le public pour son dernier match avec la Juventus Turin (vidéo)
Gigi Buffon, légendaire portier de la Juventus Turin et l'un des meilleurs gardiens de l'histoire, faisait ses adieux à son public ce samedi 19 mai face au Hellas Vérone. L'occasion de recevoir de chauds applaudissements des supporters. Une séquence à retrouver en vidéo sur Non Stop Zapping.
Juventus coach Massimiliano Allegri waves prior to the Serie A soccer match between Juventus and Hellas Verona, at the Allianz Stadium in Turin, Italy, Saturday, May 19, 2018. (Alessandro Di Marco/ANSA via AP)
Juventus coach Massimiliano Allegri waves prior to the Serie A soccer match between Juventus and Hellas Verona, at the Allianz Stadium in Turin, Italy, Saturday, May 19, 2018. (Alessandro Di Marco/ANSA via AP)
Juventus coach Massimiliano Allegri waves prior to the Serie A soccer match between Juventus and Hellas Verona, at the Allianz Stadium in Turin, Italy, Saturday, May 19, 2018. (Alessandro Di Marco/ANSA via AP)
Juventus goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon shouts during the Serie A soccer match between Juventus and Hellas Verona, at the Allianz Stadium in Turin, Italy, Saturday, May 19, 2018. Juventus captain Gianluigi Buffon played his last match for the Italian champion on Saturday and has put off retirement to consider offers to play overseas. (Alessandro Di Marco/ANSA via AP)
Juventus goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon shouts during the Serie A soccer match between Juventus and Hellas Verona, at the Allianz Stadium in Turin, Italy, Saturday, May 19, 2018. Juventus captain Gianluigi Buffon played his last match for the Italian champion on Saturday and has put off retirement to consider offers to play overseas. (Alessandro Di Marco/ANSA via AP)
Juventus goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon shouts during the Serie A soccer match between Juventus and Hellas Verona, at the Allianz Stadium in Turin, Italy, Saturday, May 19, 2018. Juventus captain Gianluigi Buffon played his last match for the Italian champion on Saturday and has put off retirement to consider offers to play overseas. (Alessandro Di Marco/ANSA via AP)
Juventus's Mario Mandzukic kicks the ball during the Serie A soccer match between Juventus and Hellas Verona, at the Allianz Stadium in Turin, Italy, Saturday, May 19, 2018. (Alessandro Di Marco/ANSA via AP)
Juventus's Mario Mandzukic kicks the ball during the Serie A soccer match between Juventus and Hellas Verona, at the Allianz Stadium in Turin, Italy, Saturday, May 19, 2018. (Alessandro Di Marco/ANSA via AP)
Juventus's Mario Mandzukic kicks the ball during the Serie A soccer match between Juventus and Hellas Verona, at the Allianz Stadium in Turin, Italy, Saturday, May 19, 2018. (Alessandro Di Marco/ANSA via AP)
Gianluigi Buffon's career has been defined by high emotion and drama, and his final Juventus appearance against Verona was a fittingly passionate goodbye. The legendary goalkeeper leaves Juventus this summer after 17 years of service, with reports linking the 40-year-old to West Ham and Liverpool. Buffon moved to Turin from Parma for £32.6 million in 2001, which stood as a world-record fee (sterling) for a goalkeeper until Manchester City signed Ederson in 2017. The former Italy No.1 lead Juventus out with his young children for their final game of the season with a fourth consecutive league and cup double already secured. Buffon walked behind the goal to personally greet a lucky few of his adoring fans, who paid homage to him with a colourful display of flags and banners. One last hurrah - Juventus fans watch Buffon between the sticks one last time Credit: AFP He was substituted in the 63rd minute of the game so that the Allianz Stadium could give him a standing ovation. Attention will now turn to Buffon's future, with rumours linking him to a number of clubs and he confirmed this week he has received some 'exciting' offers. “Saturday I will play a match and that is the only thing that’s certain,” Buffon said. “Until about two weeks ago, I was certain I would stop playing. Now offers have arrived that are exciting on and off the pitch and the most important for staying on the pitch was proposed to me by Agnelli. I’ll let these three days pass and then I will make a definitive decision, completely calmly.” Buffon though, has ruled out playing for another Serie A club or dropping down the divisions in Italy. An emotional Buffon greets fans at the Allianz Stadium Credit: AFP "I am not someone who thinks it is right to end my career in who knows what third or fourth level division,” he said. “I am a competitive animal and I wouldn’t be able to live in that situation. I wouldn’t feel at ease.” Buffon made headlines for the wrong reasons this season due to his extraordinary criticism of referee Michael Oliver after Juventus' cruel Champions League exit to Real Madrid. Juventus wiped out a three goal deficit with an impressive comeback in the Bernabéu but conceded a last-minute penalty which Cristiano Ronaldo scored to knock them out. The immortal hero Credit: AFP Buffon protested vociferously, shouting in the English referee's face and was sent-off on his final Champions League appearance. Buffon labelled Oliver an 'animal' in his post-match comments and said he must have a 'rubbish bin instead of a heart'. He subsequently apologised to Oliver but must now wait to see if Uefa decide to sanction him for the outburst. Former Arsenal goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny is expected to takeover from Buffon as first-choice goalkeeper, while manager Max Allegri has indicated he is likely to stay.
Gianluigi Buffon bids Juventus an emotional farewell in final appearance
Gianluigi Buffon's career has been defined by high emotion and drama, and his final Juventus appearance against Verona was a fittingly passionate goodbye. The legendary goalkeeper leaves Juventus this summer after 17 years of service, with reports linking the 40-year-old to West Ham and Liverpool. Buffon moved to Turin from Parma for £32.6 million in 2001, which stood as a world-record fee (sterling) for a goalkeeper until Manchester City signed Ederson in 2017. The former Italy No.1 lead Juventus out with his young children for their final game of the season with a fourth consecutive league and cup double already secured. Buffon walked behind the goal to personally greet a lucky few of his adoring fans, who paid homage to him with a colourful display of flags and banners. One last hurrah - Juventus fans watch Buffon between the sticks one last time Credit: AFP He was substituted in the 63rd minute of the game so that the Allianz Stadium could give him a standing ovation. Attention will now turn to Buffon's future, with rumours linking him to a number of clubs and he confirmed this week he has received some 'exciting' offers. “Saturday I will play a match and that is the only thing that’s certain,” Buffon said. “Until about two weeks ago, I was certain I would stop playing. Now offers have arrived that are exciting on and off the pitch and the most important for staying on the pitch was proposed to me by Agnelli. I’ll let these three days pass and then I will make a definitive decision, completely calmly.” Buffon though, has ruled out playing for another Serie A club or dropping down the divisions in Italy. An emotional Buffon greets fans at the Allianz Stadium Credit: AFP "I am not someone who thinks it is right to end my career in who knows what third or fourth level division,” he said. “I am a competitive animal and I wouldn’t be able to live in that situation. I wouldn’t feel at ease.” Buffon made headlines for the wrong reasons this season due to his extraordinary criticism of referee Michael Oliver after Juventus' cruel Champions League exit to Real Madrid. Juventus wiped out a three goal deficit with an impressive comeback in the Bernabéu but conceded a last-minute penalty which Cristiano Ronaldo scored to knock them out. The immortal hero Credit: AFP Buffon protested vociferously, shouting in the English referee's face and was sent-off on his final Champions League appearance. Buffon labelled Oliver an 'animal' in his post-match comments and said he must have a 'rubbish bin instead of a heart'. He subsequently apologised to Oliver but must now wait to see if Uefa decide to sanction him for the outburst. Former Arsenal goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny is expected to takeover from Buffon as first-choice goalkeeper, while manager Max Allegri has indicated he is likely to stay.
Gianluigi Buffon bids Juventus an emotional farewell in final appearance
Gianluigi Buffon bids Juventus an emotional farewell in final appearance
Gianluigi Buffon bids Juventus an emotional farewell in final appearance
Gianluigi Buffon bids Juventus an emotional farewell in final appearance
Gianluigi Buffon bids Juventus an emotional farewell in final appearance
Gianluigi Buffon bids Juventus an emotional farewell in final appearance
Gianluigi Buffon bids Juventus an emotional farewell in final appearance
Gianluigi Buffon bids Juventus an emotional farewell in final appearance
Gianluigi Buffon bids Juventus an emotional farewell in final appearance
Gianluigi Buffon's career has been defined by high emotion and drama, and his final Juventus appearance against Verona was a fittingly passionate goodbye. The legendary goalkeeper leaves Juventus this summer after 17 years of service, with reports linking the 40-year-old to West Ham and Liverpool. Buffon moved to Turin from Parma for £32.6 million in 2001, which stood as a world-record fee (sterling) for a goalkeeper until Manchester City signed Ederson in 2017. The former Italy No.1 lead Juventus out with his young children for their final game of the season with a fourth consecutive league and cup double already secured. Buffon walked behind the goal to personally greet a lucky few of his adoring fans, who paid homage to him with a colourful display of flags and banners. One last hurrah - Juventus fans watch Buffon between the sticks one last time Credit: AFP He was substituted in the 63rd minute of the game so that the Allianz Stadium could give him a standing ovation. Attention will now turn to Buffon's future, with rumours linking him to a number of clubs and he confirmed this week he has received some 'exciting' offers. “Saturday I will play a match and that is the only thing that’s certain,” Buffon said. “Until about two weeks ago, I was certain I would stop playing. Now offers have arrived that are exciting on and off the pitch and the most important for staying on the pitch was proposed to me by Agnelli. I’ll let these three days pass and then I will make a definitive decision, completely calmly.” Buffon though, has ruled out playing for another Serie A club or dropping down the divisions in Italy. An emotional Buffon greets fans at the Allianz Stadium Credit: AFP "I am not someone who thinks it is right to end my career in who knows what third or fourth level division,” he said. “I am a competitive animal and I wouldn’t be able to live in that situation. I wouldn’t feel at ease.” Buffon made headlines for the wrong reasons this season due to his extraordinary criticism of referee Michael Oliver after Juventus' cruel Champions League exit to Real Madrid. Juventus wiped out a three goal deficit with an impressive comeback in the Bernabéu but conceded a last-minute penalty which Cristiano Ronaldo scored to knock them out. The immortal hero Credit: AFP Buffon protested vociferously, shouting in the English referee's face and was sent-off on his final Champions League appearance. Buffon labelled Oliver an 'animal' in his post-match comments and said he must have a 'rubbish bin instead of a heart'. He subsequently apologised to Oliver but must now wait to see if Uefa decide to sanction him for the outburst. Former Arsenal goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny is expected to takeover from Buffon as first-choice goalkeeper, while manager Max Allegri has indicated he is likely to stay.
Gianluigi Buffon bids Juventus an emotional farewell in final appearance
Gianluigi Buffon's career has been defined by high emotion and drama, and his final Juventus appearance against Verona was a fittingly passionate goodbye. The legendary goalkeeper leaves Juventus this summer after 17 years of service, with reports linking the 40-year-old to West Ham and Liverpool. Buffon moved to Turin from Parma for £32.6 million in 2001, which stood as a world-record fee (sterling) for a goalkeeper until Manchester City signed Ederson in 2017. The former Italy No.1 lead Juventus out with his young children for their final game of the season with a fourth consecutive league and cup double already secured. Buffon walked behind the goal to personally greet a lucky few of his adoring fans, who paid homage to him with a colourful display of flags and banners. One last hurrah - Juventus fans watch Buffon between the sticks one last time Credit: AFP He was substituted in the 63rd minute of the game so that the Allianz Stadium could give him a standing ovation. Attention will now turn to Buffon's future, with rumours linking him to a number of clubs and he confirmed this week he has received some 'exciting' offers. “Saturday I will play a match and that is the only thing that’s certain,” Buffon said. “Until about two weeks ago, I was certain I would stop playing. Now offers have arrived that are exciting on and off the pitch and the most important for staying on the pitch was proposed to me by Agnelli. I’ll let these three days pass and then I will make a definitive decision, completely calmly.” Buffon though, has ruled out playing for another Serie A club or dropping down the divisions in Italy. An emotional Buffon greets fans at the Allianz Stadium Credit: AFP "I am not someone who thinks it is right to end my career in who knows what third or fourth level division,” he said. “I am a competitive animal and I wouldn’t be able to live in that situation. I wouldn’t feel at ease.” Buffon made headlines for the wrong reasons this season due to his extraordinary criticism of referee Michael Oliver after Juventus' cruel Champions League exit to Real Madrid. Juventus wiped out a three goal deficit with an impressive comeback in the Bernabéu but conceded a last-minute penalty which Cristiano Ronaldo scored to knock them out. The immortal hero Credit: AFP Buffon protested vociferously, shouting in the English referee's face and was sent-off on his final Champions League appearance. Buffon labelled Oliver an 'animal' in his post-match comments and said he must have a 'rubbish bin instead of a heart'. He subsequently apologised to Oliver but must now wait to see if Uefa decide to sanction him for the outburst. Former Arsenal goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny is expected to takeover from Buffon as first-choice goalkeeper, while manager Max Allegri has indicated he is likely to stay.
Gianluigi Buffon's career has been defined by high emotion and drama, and his final Juventus appearance against Verona was a fittingly passionate goodbye. The legendary goalkeeper leaves Juventus this summer after 17 years of service, with reports linking the 40-year-old to West Ham and Liverpool. Buffon moved to Turin from Parma for £32.6 million in 2001, which stood as a world-record fee (sterling) for a goalkeeper until Manchester City signed Ederson in 2017. The former Italy No.1 lead Juventus out with his young children for their final game of the season with a fourth consecutive league and cup double already secured. Buffon walked behind the goal to personally greet a lucky few of his adoring fans, who paid homage to him with a colourful display of flags and banners. One last hurrah - Juventus fans watch Buffon between the sticks one last time Credit: AFP He was substituted in the 63rd minute of the game so that the Allianz Stadium could give him a standing ovation. Attention will now turn to Buffon's future, with rumours linking him to a number of clubs and he confirmed this week he has received some 'exciting' offers. “Saturday I will play a match and that is the only thing that’s certain,” Buffon said. “Until about two weeks ago, I was certain I would stop playing. Now offers have arrived that are exciting on and off the pitch and the most important for staying on the pitch was proposed to me by Agnelli. I’ll let these three days pass and then I will make a definitive decision, completely calmly.” Buffon though, has ruled out playing for another Serie A club or dropping down the divisions in Italy. An emotional Buffon greets fans at the Allianz Stadium Credit: AFP "I am not someone who thinks it is right to end my career in who knows what third or fourth level division,” he said. “I am a competitive animal and I wouldn’t be able to live in that situation. I wouldn’t feel at ease.” Buffon made headlines for the wrong reasons this season due to his extraordinary criticism of referee Michael Oliver after Juventus' cruel Champions League exit to Real Madrid. Juventus wiped out a three goal deficit with an impressive comeback in the Bernabéu but conceded a last-minute penalty which Cristiano Ronaldo scored to knock them out. The immortal hero Credit: AFP Buffon protested vociferously, shouting in the English referee's face and was sent-off on his final Champions League appearance. Buffon labelled Oliver an 'animal' in his post-match comments and said he must have a 'rubbish bin instead of a heart'. He subsequently apologised to Oliver but must now wait to see if Uefa decide to sanction him for the outburst. Former Arsenal goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny is expected to takeover from Buffon as first-choice goalkeeper, while manager Max Allegri has indicated he is likely to stay.
Gianluigi Buffon bids Juventus an emotional farewell in final appearance
Gianluigi Buffon's career has been defined by high emotion and drama, and his final Juventus appearance against Verona was a fittingly passionate goodbye. The legendary goalkeeper leaves Juventus this summer after 17 years of service, with reports linking the 40-year-old to West Ham and Liverpool. Buffon moved to Turin from Parma for £32.6 million in 2001, which stood as a world-record fee (sterling) for a goalkeeper until Manchester City signed Ederson in 2017. The former Italy No.1 lead Juventus out with his young children for their final game of the season with a fourth consecutive league and cup double already secured. Buffon walked behind the goal to personally greet a lucky few of his adoring fans, who paid homage to him with a colourful display of flags and banners. One last hurrah - Juventus fans watch Buffon between the sticks one last time Credit: AFP He was substituted in the 63rd minute of the game so that the Allianz Stadium could give him a standing ovation. Attention will now turn to Buffon's future, with rumours linking him to a number of clubs and he confirmed this week he has received some 'exciting' offers. “Saturday I will play a match and that is the only thing that’s certain,” Buffon said. “Until about two weeks ago, I was certain I would stop playing. Now offers have arrived that are exciting on and off the pitch and the most important for staying on the pitch was proposed to me by Agnelli. I’ll let these three days pass and then I will make a definitive decision, completely calmly.” Buffon though, has ruled out playing for another Serie A club or dropping down the divisions in Italy. An emotional Buffon greets fans at the Allianz Stadium Credit: AFP "I am not someone who thinks it is right to end my career in who knows what third or fourth level division,” he said. “I am a competitive animal and I wouldn’t be able to live in that situation. I wouldn’t feel at ease.” Buffon made headlines for the wrong reasons this season due to his extraordinary criticism of referee Michael Oliver after Juventus' cruel Champions League exit to Real Madrid. Juventus wiped out a three goal deficit with an impressive comeback in the Bernabéu but conceded a last-minute penalty which Cristiano Ronaldo scored to knock them out. The immortal hero Credit: AFP Buffon protested vociferously, shouting in the English referee's face and was sent-off on his final Champions League appearance. Buffon labelled Oliver an 'animal' in his post-match comments and said he must have a 'rubbish bin instead of a heart'. He subsequently apologised to Oliver but must now wait to see if Uefa decide to sanction him for the outburst. Former Arsenal goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny is expected to takeover from Buffon as first-choice goalkeeper, while manager Max Allegri has indicated he is likely to stay.
Gianluigi Buffon's career has been defined by high emotion and drama, and his final Juventus appearance against Verona was a fittingly passionate goodbye. The legendary goalkeeper leaves Juventus this summer after 17 years of service, with reports linking the 40-year-old to West Ham and Liverpool. Buffon moved to Turin from Parma for £32.6 million in 2001, which stood as a world-record fee (sterling) for a goalkeeper until Manchester City signed Ederson in 2017. The former Italy No.1 lead Juventus out with his young children for their final game of the season with a fourth consecutive league and cup double already secured. Buffon walked behind the goal to personally greet a lucky few of his adoring fans, who paid homage to him with a colourful display of flags and banners. One last hurrah - Juventus fans watch Buffon between the sticks one last time Credit: AFP He was substituted in the 63rd minute of the game so that the Allianz Stadium could give him a standing ovation. Attention will now turn to Buffon's future, with rumours linking him to a number of clubs and he confirmed this week he has received some 'exciting' offers. “Saturday I will play a match and that is the only thing that’s certain,” Buffon said. “Until about two weeks ago, I was certain I would stop playing. Now offers have arrived that are exciting on and off the pitch and the most important for staying on the pitch was proposed to me by Agnelli. I’ll let these three days pass and then I will make a definitive decision, completely calmly.” Buffon though, has ruled out playing for another Serie A club or dropping down the divisions in Italy. An emotional Buffon greets fans at the Allianz Stadium Credit: AFP "I am not someone who thinks it is right to end my career in who knows what third or fourth level division,” he said. “I am a competitive animal and I wouldn’t be able to live in that situation. I wouldn’t feel at ease.” Buffon made headlines for the wrong reasons this season due to his extraordinary criticism of referee Michael Oliver after Juventus' cruel Champions League exit to Real Madrid. Juventus wiped out a three goal deficit with an impressive comeback in the Bernabéu but conceded a last-minute penalty which Cristiano Ronaldo scored to knock them out. The immortal hero Credit: AFP Buffon protested vociferously, shouting in the English referee's face and was sent-off on his final Champions League appearance. Buffon labelled Oliver an 'animal' in his post-match comments and said he must have a 'rubbish bin instead of a heart'. He subsequently apologised to Oliver but must now wait to see if Uefa decide to sanction him for the outburst. Former Arsenal goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny is expected to takeover from Buffon as first-choice goalkeeper, while manager Max Allegri has indicated he is likely to stay.
Gianluigi Buffon bids Juventus an emotional farewell in final appearance
Gianluigi Buffon's career has been defined by high emotion and drama, and his final Juventus appearance against Verona was a fittingly passionate goodbye. The legendary goalkeeper leaves Juventus this summer after 17 years of service, with reports linking the 40-year-old to West Ham and Liverpool. Buffon moved to Turin from Parma for £32.6 million in 2001, which stood as a world-record fee (sterling) for a goalkeeper until Manchester City signed Ederson in 2017. The former Italy No.1 lead Juventus out with his young children for their final game of the season with a fourth consecutive league and cup double already secured. Buffon walked behind the goal to personally greet a lucky few of his adoring fans, who paid homage to him with a colourful display of flags and banners. One last hurrah - Juventus fans watch Buffon between the sticks one last time Credit: AFP He was substituted in the 63rd minute of the game so that the Allianz Stadium could give him a standing ovation. Attention will now turn to Buffon's future, with rumours linking him to a number of clubs and he confirmed this week he has received some 'exciting' offers. “Saturday I will play a match and that is the only thing that’s certain,” Buffon said. “Until about two weeks ago, I was certain I would stop playing. Now offers have arrived that are exciting on and off the pitch and the most important for staying on the pitch was proposed to me by Agnelli. I’ll let these three days pass and then I will make a definitive decision, completely calmly.” Buffon though, has ruled out playing for another Serie A club or dropping down the divisions in Italy. An emotional Buffon greets fans at the Allianz Stadium Credit: AFP "I am not someone who thinks it is right to end my career in who knows what third or fourth level division,” he said. “I am a competitive animal and I wouldn’t be able to live in that situation. I wouldn’t feel at ease.” Buffon made headlines for the wrong reasons this season due to his extraordinary criticism of referee Michael Oliver after Juventus' cruel Champions League exit to Real Madrid. Juventus wiped out a three goal deficit with an impressive comeback in the Bernabéu but conceded a last-minute penalty which Cristiano Ronaldo scored to knock them out. The immortal hero Credit: AFP Buffon protested vociferously, shouting in the English referee's face and was sent-off on his final Champions League appearance. Buffon labelled Oliver an 'animal' in his post-match comments and said he must have a 'rubbish bin instead of a heart'. He subsequently apologised to Oliver but must now wait to see if Uefa decide to sanction him for the outburst. Former Arsenal goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny is expected to takeover from Buffon as first-choice goalkeeper, while manager Max Allegri has indicated he is likely to stay.
Gianluigi Buffon bids Juventus an emotional farewell in final appearance
Gianluigi Buffon bids Juventus an emotional farewell in final appearance
Gianluigi Buffon bids Juventus an emotional farewell in final appearance
Soccer Football - Serie A - Juventus vs Hellas Verona - Allianz Stadium, Turin, Italy - May 19, 2018 Juventus' Gianluigi Buffon is applauded by Wojciech Szczesny and team mates after being substituted off REUTERS/Stefano Rellandini
Serie A - Juventus vs Hellas Verona
Soccer Football - Serie A - Juventus vs Hellas Verona - Allianz Stadium, Turin, Italy - May 19, 2018 Juventus' Gianluigi Buffon is applauded by Wojciech Szczesny and team mates after being substituted off REUTERS/Stefano Rellandini
Juventus team poses prior to the Serie A soccer match between Juventus and Hellas Verona, at the Allianz Stadium in Turin, Italy, Saturday, May 19, 2018. Juventus captain Gianluigi Buffon played his last match for the Italian champion on Saturday and has put off retirement to consider offers to play overseas. (Alessandro Di Marco/ANSA via AP)
Juventus team poses prior to the Serie A soccer match between Juventus and Hellas Verona, at the Allianz Stadium in Turin, Italy, Saturday, May 19, 2018. Juventus captain Gianluigi Buffon played his last match for the Italian champion on Saturday and has put off retirement to consider offers to play overseas. (Alessandro Di Marco/ANSA via AP)
Juventus team poses prior to the Serie A soccer match between Juventus and Hellas Verona, at the Allianz Stadium in Turin, Italy, Saturday, May 19, 2018. Juventus captain Gianluigi Buffon played his last match for the Italian champion on Saturday and has put off retirement to consider offers to play overseas. (Alessandro Di Marco/ANSA via AP)
Soccer Football - Serie A - Juventus vs Hellas Verona - Allianz Stadium, Turin, Italy - May 19, 2018 Juventus' Gianluigi Buffon is applauded by Wojciech Szczesny and team mates as he gestures to the fans after being substituted off REUTERS/Stefano Rellandini
Serie A - Juventus vs Hellas Verona
Soccer Football - Serie A - Juventus vs Hellas Verona - Allianz Stadium, Turin, Italy - May 19, 2018 Juventus' Gianluigi Buffon is applauded by Wojciech Szczesny and team mates as he gestures to the fans after being substituted off REUTERS/Stefano Rellandini
Soccer Football - Serie A - Juventus vs Hellas Verona - Allianz Stadium, Turin, Italy - May 19, 2018 Juventus' Gianluigi Buffon is applauded by Giorgio Chiellini and team mates as he gestures to the fans after being substituted off REUTERS/Stefano Rellandini
Serie A - Juventus vs Hellas Verona
Soccer Football - Serie A - Juventus vs Hellas Verona - Allianz Stadium, Turin, Italy - May 19, 2018 Juventus' Gianluigi Buffon is applauded by Giorgio Chiellini and team mates as he gestures to the fans after being substituted off REUTERS/Stefano Rellandini
Soccer Football - Serie A - Juventus vs Hellas Verona - Allianz Stadium, Turin, Italy - May 19, 2018 Juventus' Gianluigi Buffon gestures to the fans after being substituted off REUTERS/Stefano Rellandini
Serie A - Juventus vs Hellas Verona
Soccer Football - Serie A - Juventus vs Hellas Verona - Allianz Stadium, Turin, Italy - May 19, 2018 Juventus' Gianluigi Buffon gestures to the fans after being substituted off REUTERS/Stefano Rellandini
La venue prochaine de l'Allemand Emre Can à la Juventus est en bonne voie. C'est la direction bianconera qui le révèle.
Emre Can à la Juventus, ça se précise
La venue prochaine de l'Allemand Emre Can à la Juventus est en bonne voie. C'est la direction bianconera qui le révèle.
Juventus fans display a giant banner showing goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon, during the Serie A soccer match between Juventus and Hellas Verona, at the Allianz Stadium in Turin, Italy, Saturday, May 19, 2018. Juventus captain Gianluigi Buffon will played his last match for the Italian champion on Saturday and has put off retirement to consider offers to play overseas. (Alessandro Di Marco/ANSA via AP)
Juventus fans display a giant banner showing goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon, during the Serie A soccer match between Juventus and Hellas Verona, at the Allianz Stadium in Turin, Italy, Saturday, May 19, 2018. Juventus captain Gianluigi Buffon will played his last match for the Italian champion on Saturday and has put off retirement to consider offers to play overseas. (Alessandro Di Marco/ANSA via AP)
Juventus fans display a giant banner showing goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon, during the Serie A soccer match between Juventus and Hellas Verona, at the Allianz Stadium in Turin, Italy, Saturday, May 19, 2018. Juventus captain Gianluigi Buffon will played his last match for the Italian champion on Saturday and has put off retirement to consider offers to play overseas. (Alessandro Di Marco/ANSA via AP)
Soccer Football - Serie A - Juventus vs Hellas Verona - Allianz Stadium, Turin, Italy - May 19, 2018 Juventus' Gianluigi Buffon embraces coach Massimiliano Allegri as he is substituted off REUTERS/Stefano Rellandini
Serie A - Juventus vs Hellas Verona
Soccer Football - Serie A - Juventus vs Hellas Verona - Allianz Stadium, Turin, Italy - May 19, 2018 Juventus' Gianluigi Buffon embraces coach Massimiliano Allegri as he is substituted off REUTERS/Stefano Rellandini

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