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Following 17 years at Juventus, Buffon will play his final game for the Old Lady on Saturday, in their Serie A clash against Hellas Verona.

The 40-year-old goalkeeper called time on his global career last year and was expected to retire from playing altogether at the end of the season.

Juventus captain Gianluigi Buffon has announced that he will leave the Italian champions at the end of the season. "Then I will have a continuous dialogue with the President and he is aware of what's going on around me".

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In the aftermath of Juventus" and Buffon's exit from the Champions League, the 40-year-old tore into Michael Oliver again, calling him an "animal" accusing him of having a "trashcan for a heart'.

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However, Buffon did not confirm that he would be retiring from football, though he did say that he had been offered a coaching role at Juventus.

Speaking at a news conference on Thursday, he said he was "sorry for offending the referee".

"Until about two weeks ago, I was certain I would stop playing".

"Saturday will be my final match with Juventus".

Buffon, who set a fashion trend during his career by becoming one of the first goalkeepers to wear short-sleeved shirts, said he would not consider playing for a lower league team.

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However, the 2006 World Cup victor, close to tears at times, did not say whether he was retiring from the sport altogether.

"I'm certainly not someone who thinks it's right to end my career in who knows what third or fourth division".

Italy's most capped player with 176, Buffon could make his global farewell on June 4 in a friendly against the Netherlands. He said: 'It is never easy to watch the team when you are not involved but I am fighting every day for the No.1 spot.

But it may not be the last time he plays pro soccer.

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