By FOX SPORTS staff
The midfielder has been an unwavering presence in the AC Milan first team since signing for the club in 1995. However, the Rossoneri recently deemed 36-year old Ambrosini surplus to requirements and released the Italian on a free transfer.
Ambrosini's agent, Moreno Roggi, told Radioblu that he was not happy with the sudden decision made to release his client.
"Milan could’ve dealt with the situation better after 18 years together," Roggi stated.
"He always declined all offers, was impeccably behaved on the field and off, so I hope Milan will give him a worthy send-off."
After 18 years at the San Siro, Ambrosini is now poised to call another club his home. Roggi revealed that he was in discussions with West Ham and one other side from Australia.
"Massimo did expect this decision, but he was still a bit upset. At this moment, seeing as he feels in good shape physically, we will evaluate offers," Roggi shared.
"The situation is we turned down an offer from Los Angeles. We have negotiations going on with West Ham, but nothing with Fiorentina, as they have not made us any proposals. Having said that, I do hear Ambrosini is on the list for the Viola if David Pizarro leaves. We received another offer this morning from Australia."