Cassano left Parma in February.
"I feel ill without football," Cassano told Chi. "I miss it to death. I even said no to Bari's offer for family reasons.
"I miss the dressing room, training, messing around with my teammates from morning until night. I no longer feel the adrenaline, but it had to be that way. Now my family can live in peace, and that's the way it should be.
"Carolina and I have been married for five years and this is the first time that we've allowed ourselves some time alone with the kids.
"The first and last time though, because I miss [football] so much I could die. I still want to play, but in the future I'd like to be a technical director and manage relations between the club and the team.
"I'd be good at that, because I can spot a mistake immediately."