Former Netherlands international Clarence Seedorf has put a whole host of Premier League sides on alert after leaving AC Milan.
The Dutch veteran has left the Rossoneri after ten years with the club, in which time he won two Serie A titles, two Champions League crowns and the FIFA Club World Cup to name but a few of his accolades.
The 37 year-old called time on his career at Milan, after being told that there were no guarantees of first team opportunities at the club.
As reported by talkSPORT, Seedorf confirmed his departure, but insisted that he would continue to play on, alerting the likes of Tottenham Hotspur, who are thought to be interested in his services.
“Up until a few days ago I hadn't decided anything. My decision to leave Milan was only made recently,” he said.
"I will continue to play football in another team. I will take all the time that I need to make the best decision for me."
Seedorf is considered one of the finest midfielders of his generation and is the first player to have won the Champions League four times.
Initally starting his career out at Ajax, he moved to Sampdoria in 1995 before being snapped up by Spanish giants Real Madrid, where he enjoyed three successful seasons. A move back to Italy was next for the midfielder, this time to Internazionale, before Milanese rivals AC Milan signed him in 2002.
Check out a compilation of his finest moments for the Rossoneri below: