By Coral Barry
Keisuka Honda has admitted he could leave AC Milan this summer after a difficult season in front of goal.
The AC Milan winger managed just one Serie A goal this campaign and has been linked with a move away from the club.
The 29-year-old was mooted to be attracting the interest of West Ham and Tottenham in April with Calcio News 24 claiming the Londoners were monitoring his situation alongside Juventus.
Honda has yet to shine at the San Siro since joining from CKSA Moscow in 2013 and revealed he was unsure if Milan wanted him to remain in Italy with them.
“I’ve been playing for AC Milan for two years. I’m not very satisfied with my performance, this is what I acknowledge about myself,” said Honda speaking to Sky Italia, as quoted by Football Italia.
“Therefore I am not sure if my team will want to keep me and I am not sure about the future of my career, so right now I can’t tell you about what will happen next.
“From now I will have two months for my rehabilitation and I have no matches right now so I have time to recover from my injuries.”
Honda made 37 appearances in all competitions this season, but could only muster two goals but did manage seven assists from either right wing or attacking midfield position.
The Japan international is entering the final year of his contract and reports have been mounting that Milan would prefer to cash in on the winger this summer rather than offer him a fresh contract or allow him to run down the final 12 months of his deal.