Rome: Parma head coach Roberto Donadoni said he will decide his future by mid-June amid speculations that he could join AC Milan to replace Clarence Seedorf.
Donadoni guided Parma to finish sixth in Serie A this season, and it was reported that Milan were considering to bring their former midfielder back to take the place of Seedorf, Xinhua reported Saturday.
Donadoni showed no hurry to make up his mind, but suggested that he could stay at Parma.
"I feel very attached to this club," he said, and added that he enjoyed good relations with Param sporting director Pietro Leonardi and President Tomasso Ghirardi.
"My working relationship here is unlike ones I have anywhere else. My future? It`s too early to talk about that," he said.
"By mid-June though, it will all be decided," he said.