Veteran Clarence Seedorf has revealed that AC Milan have yet to offer him a contract extension to remain at the San Siro.

The 35-year-old Dutch midfielder will become a free agent this summer.

"My future is uncertain," Seedorf said. "The club has not made me an offer.

"It's still early to say whether I will stay or I will leave. You should ask (AC Milan vice-president Adriano) Galliani."

Seedorf joined Milan from city rivals Inter in the summer of 2002 and has since made well over 200 appearances for the Rossoneri.

"I have always given everything I had for the team," Seedorf said.

"I am proud of being the foreigner that has made the most appearances for Milan."

Seedorf has scored three goals in 27 league appearances for Milan this season.

Sunday's 1-0 triumph over Bologna left Milan one step closer to their first scudetto since 2004, leaving them eight points clear of second-placed Inter with three games remaining.