Andrea Pirlo Says "Goodbye" to leave Football

Andrea Pirlo Says "Goodbye" to leave Football

Andrea Pirlo Says "Goodbye" to leave Football

Goaltren.com - Andrea Pirlo has decided he will hang uphis boots at the end of the year, when his contract with New York City FC has run out.

Pirlo started his career as a professional soccer player in the mid-90s joining Brescia. After playing at Inter Milan, he joined AC Milan from 2001 to 2011. Furthermore, the 38-year-old player is defending Juventus for four seasons.

Prior to his career in the United States, Pirlo had felt six Serie A titles and two Champions League titles. He also became part of the Italian national team to win the World Cup in 2006.

This season, Pirlo only able to play 15 times with NYCFC. Meanwhile, his contract will expire on 31 December in the future.

"You realize that the time has come. [When] every day you have a physical problem, you can not practice as you want because you have a number of problems," Pirlo told La Gazzetta dello Sport.

"I'm old enough, you can not play forever until the age of 50. I'll do something else."

"At the age of 38, it is the right time to give space to a young player, I am not angry, but I will give assistance to my teammates and coaches."
(gds / shd)

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