Carlos Tévez confirms his retirement from the courts at the age of 38 | Video


The Argentine striker Carlos Tevez confirmed this Saturday retirement from professional football at the age of 38citing the his father’s death as the reason he turned down offers to stay active.

about his retirement The Apache explained:

I have withdrawn, it is confirmed. They offered me many things, even from the United States. But that’s it, I’ve given it my all. Playing last year was very difficult, but I was able to see my ‘old man’. I stopped playing because I lost my number one fan.

The Argentine soccer player had a brilliant career, mainly in England, where he stood out in the Manchester United and Manchester City. In addition to his time at his childhood club, Boca Juniors, Tévez also passed through Corinthians, West Ham United, Juventus and Shanghai Shenhua.

The front won a whopping 30 titles in his career and is among the only four Argentine players who have won the Copa Libertadores and the Champions League.

With the Argentine National Team, Tevez scored 13 goals in 76 gameswhere he played the World Cups Germany 2006 and South Africa 2010. In total, the player born in Ciudadela He played 607 games throughout his career, where he scored 237 goals and distributed 108 assists.

(With information from Europe Press)

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