It’s a bit like a footballer leaving a club, only he’s never really left.

The man who was a great player for Napoli for a long time, a great captain and a great legend, who won two Serie A titles with the club and who was the first Italian to win the Golden Boot with the same team he joined, is leaving.

It’s not that Forlan, who was only 33 when he retired from football, is retiring, but his contract with Napoli expires at the end of the season and it looks like the former Italy international will be going.

Napoli have already announced that he will leave for AC Milan, the Rossoneri, who have a lot of work to do in the transfer market.

The former AC Milan captain has made it clear that he is looking forward to his next challenge.

“I am very happy to be back at Napoli and to continue my playing career,” he said.

It has been tough for us and our family. “

But it has been difficult in recent weeks and months for me and my family, as well as for the club.

It has been tough for us and our family.

I wish I had more goals, but you have to play and have a great season, which I did, and you want to do well in the league. “

There is a lot I could have done differently.

I wish I had more goals, but you have to play and have a great season, which I did, and you want to do well in the league.

The market is still in flux and is in the process of being renegotiated. “

Napoli’s transfer market is very complicated.

The market is still in flux and is in the process of being renegotiated.

I am really looking forward in what I can do next. “

For a long, long time I have been asking myself questions about the future of my career.

I am really looking forward in what I can do next.

I have a very strong future ahead of me.”

Forlan was also a great teammate and a good man, but a great Italy player.

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