Buffon, who is considering offers for new roles both on and off the pitch, was cheered every time he touched of the ball by the home supporters – and for long periods when he was nowhere near it.Before kick-off, the Italian was greeted onto the pitch with a banner bearing his face. He then mingled with fans, accepting congratulations and gifts from the Curva Sud. His team-mates wore the hashtag #un1co on their sleeves, pointing to the social media tributes that have flowed since he confirmed the end of his Juventus career on Thursday.Buffonâ€™s one moment of concern came when Douglas Costaâ€™s loose pass let Ryder Matos in on goal. The goalkeeper rushed out and appeared to collide with the Brazilian as the ball was touched beyond him – but referee Ricardo Pinzani decided against awarding a penalty or reviewing the incident via the video assistant referee.His latest success takes his tally of Serie A titles to nine.He also has one from Italyâ€™s second tier after he remained with the Turin side in the wake of their enforced relegation over the match-fixing scandal of 2006. The previous best was eight won by Giovanni Ferrari with Juventus, Inter Milan and Bologna between 1930 and 1941. Buffon is rumoured to have been offered a playing deal with French champions Paris St-Germain, as well as an off-field role with Juventus.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram Gianluigi Buffon ended his 17-year Juventus career as they crowned a seventh straight Italian title with a 2-1 win over relegated Verona yesterday. The 40-year-old keeper was substituted just after the hour, and was in tears as he embraced his team-mates while the crowd gave him a standing ovation. He did a lap of honour while the match continued in Turin, accepting gifts and congratulations from fans.Daniele Rugani and Miralem Pjanic scored for Juve in a comfortable win. Alessio Cerci pulled a goal back after Buffon had been replaced by Carlo Pinsoglio, but Verona rarely threatened to ruin the send-off at the Allianz Stadium.Swiss defender Stephan Lichtsteiner – also playing his final game for Juventus – could have increased the advantage, but his late penalty was excellently saved by Nicolas Andrade.