Argentine Gonzalo Higuain, Inter Miami’s striker, announced on Monday that he is retiring from football at the age of 34 after developing a stellar career at clubs such as River Plate, Real Madrid and Juventus and the Albiceleste.
“The day has come to say goodbye to football. An emotional Higuain during the press conference in Miami, I feel privileged to have lived with its good and good moments.
“It’s time to say enough, it’s time to enjoy my family,” hinted Pepita Higuain after a career that included top international clubs such as Chelsea, Milan and Napoli.
“The decision to leave professional football was made three or four months ago, I communicated it to the club. We reached an agreement, it was not overnight. I have been working on it for years”, said the attacker, who scored 31 goals and more than 300 goals for the Argentine national team. expressed.
‘Bibida’ made his debut at River in Argentina at the age of 17 and later moved to Real Madrid, where he played in three World Cups (2010, 2014 and 2018) and scored 107 goals between 2006 and 2013.
The centre-forward has been criticized and slammed on social media for missing key matches for Argentina.
When asked about his participation in Albiceleste, he said, “The computer destroys people in five seconds.”