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Buffon to leave Juventus at the end of the season

Gianluigi Buffon has announced he will be leaving Juventus at the end of the season after 17 years with the club.

The Serie A champions host Verona on Saturday in what will be the 40-year-old goalkeeper’s last game for the Italian side.

Buffon captained the club to a seventh straight title and fourth consecutive Italian Cup triumph this season.

“Saturday will be my last game for Juventus,” Buffon, who has won the Serie A title nine times, said. “I think it’s the best way to end this wonderful adventure.

“For now I only know that Saturday I will play a game. Until a few days ago it was certain that I would stop playing. Now there are some interesting proposals.

“In Wojciech Szczesny, Juventus have an excellent goalkeeper, who also has 13 years less than me. Giorgio Chiellini is the perfect example of how a Juve captain should be.

“He has always been a reference for me. I wish him all the best.”

During his time in Turin, he has continued to break league records which include going 974 minutes without conceding a goal, 292 clean sheets and nine championship titles.

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Buffon has never won the Champions League, losing three finals, and in April was left irate by referee Michael Oliver when he awarded Real Madrid a late penalty in their quarter-final which saw them lose 4-3 on aggregate.

Buffon has never won the Champions League, losing three finals, and in April was left irate by referee Michael Oliver when he awarded Real Madrid a late penalty in their quarter-final which saw them lose 4-3 on aggregate.

Buffon also used the press conference to apologise for offending English referee Michael Oliver with his behaviour during and after the dramatic Champions League quarter-final defeat to Real Madrid.

“It is obvious that I have transgressed and I am sorry,” Buffon said. “But it was a very special situation. I couldn’t do anything else but say those things and I am sorry to have offended the referee.” Uefa will deal with Buffon’s case on 31 May.

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