Clarence Seedorf admits Sunday's game with Novara will be his last for AC Milan, but insists he will not be hanging up his boots.
The Dutch midfielder will see his contract at the San Siro expire at the end of the season and he will not be offered fresh terms.
He will join Alessandro Nesta, Gennaro Gattuso, Mark van Bommel, Filipo Inzaghi and Gianluca Zambrotta in heading for the exits.
Seedorf has offers to consider, though, and will not be walking away from football.
At the age of 36 he is determined to make the most of the time he has left and is currently mulling over a move to Brazil.
"It will be my last game in a Rossoneri jersey, but I will continue playing football," Seedorf told Sky Sport Italia.
"Will I go to Brazil? I haven't decided yet."
Seedorf already owns a property in Brazil and has been offered the opportunity to link up with Sao Paulo-based Botafogo.